I work in the IT department for a school district so I am not real familiar with this software. In the past we have had Revit Architect installed for the CAD department. Now a teacher is asking for Structure and MEP to be isntall just for he can go through a few tutorials. I have seen Autodesk make statments that for Revit 2013, that we use, all three have been included in one unified interface. What does that mean? Do we only need one verision installed to complete everything or are they just saying that they made all three versions look the same?
Revit 2013 includes all of the tools from Architecture, Structure, and MEP varieties of the software. If you have Revit 2013 installed there is nothign else you need to do to have all needed features.
just to add on to what Jeff said: *if* your Revit is part of the Building Design Suite, *then* you will have the all-in-one version simply called "Revit". Does your school own the Building Design Suite, or are you on stand-alone licenses of "Revit Architecture"?
Thank you for the replies, i ahve found the confusion.
We have access to the Autodesk library through the Academic portal which can be confusing.
List of Revit software available:
Revit - Only lists 2014
Revit Architect - Lists 2012-2014
Revit Structure - Lists 2012-2014
Revit MEP - Lists 2012-2014 but way down under Other Software
Under Arch, Struct, and MEP there is a note that says "For the 2013 version, all three disciplines of Revit Architecture, MEP, and Structure) are included in one unified interface. If you are interested in a 2013 version, please download Revit 2013 from this catalog." This is is what confused me. I didn't realise there was another version of Revit, Revit 2013, that incorperated all three into one but just wasted listed for me.
What have found what we need and have gotten it working. Than you again for your replies.
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