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REVIT verses REVIT LT

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Anonymous
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REVIT verses REVIT LT

I would like to know what are the differences between REVIT and REVIT LT. What can I not do with REVIT LT that I can with REVIT.

Regards,

Ken Pysmeny

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ryan.duell
in reply to: Anonymous

Hello,

 

I have included a link which outlines the differences between Revit and Revit LT:

 

http://www.autodesk.com/products/revit-family/compare/compare-revit-products

 

Hope this helps, thanks!

 



Ryan Duell
Message 3 of 7
harlan_brumm
in reply to: Anonymous

Thanks for your question!  You can see a full list of differences on our website here: http://www.autodesk.com/products/revit-family/compare/compare-revit-products.

 

At a basic level the most significant difference is the lack of support for worksharing with Revit LT.  Also, Revit LT does not have rendering in the product but uses Rendering in the cloud.  Finally, Revit LT does not contain any MEP functionality and has limited Structure functionality as well.  

 

Hope this helps.  



Harlan Brumm
Sr Product Line Manager, Core Capabilities and Collaboration Services
Message 4 of 7
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

Hi Ken, 

 

A full list is here: http://www.autodesk.com/products/revit-family/compare/compare-revit-products

 

But mainly Revit LT doesn't have MEP, Collaboration functionality, massing, and limited structural capabilities found in regular Revit.

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Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

It appears that LT simply has some reduced functionality.

Can an office run both Revit and Revit LT?  Can one person start a design in LT and another continue in Revit (or the other way around)?

 

thank you,

 

Laurent

Message 6 of 7
ryan.duell
in reply to: Anonymous

Yes to both - an office can have a mixed Revit \ Revit LT environment.  And you can open models in either - some additional details on worksharing models in LT:

 

http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/revit-lt/learn-explore/caas/CloudHelp/cloudhelp/2015/ENU/Revit...

 

Thanks,



Ryan Duell
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Anonymous
in reply to: ryan.duell

Thank you!

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