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pvillella
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Ecotect Analysis download not available from Autodesk

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11-15-2011 02:01 PM

We've had several of our designers and clients attempting to download the 30 day trial of Ecotect from the Autodesk site. After entering all their contact info and clicking Download, the server tells them 'file not found.'

 

Autodesk, is this a web site glitch, or is the download truly no longer available from autodesk.com?

 

Autodesk - Autodesk Ecotect Analysis: Free 30-day Trial Download

 

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Patrick  Villella, LEED AP
AEC Technical Consultant
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thomasj1987
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Registered: ‎06-04-2011
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Re: Ecotect Analysis download not available from Autodesk

01-11-2012 08:57 AM in reply to: pvillella

I am also curious what the status is on this software.

 

My firm was hoping to test it out to see if it would prove useful to us.

 

I guess Autodesk isn't paying much attention to it's ancillary software.

 

Must not be turning enough of a profit for them. :-( Such is the corporate mentallity these days.

 

Too bad, our one engineer really liked this software when he was in school.

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arqyt
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Re: Ecotect Analysis download not available from Autodesk

01-15-2012 11:32 AM in reply to: thomasj1987
The truth is that it seems so. It's a shameEcotect is a fantastic project for the work of an architect, but ... I bought 2 years ago and remains unchanged. They propose partial alternatives in other environments (Vasary, Max Design ...but for now do not have the same approach. Instead of expanding development, improving the capacity of analysis, or integrating external software dependencies it has (Winair, daysimradiance, e +,Equest ...) it seems that the strategy is to change the search interface integration with Revit.
I sincerely hope you do not miss Andrew Marsh established approach in their work.
Regards
 
 

 

Jose M Carralero.
ArqyT

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