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Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 11:02:28 AM | AVAIL Content Browser for Revit

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Curious if anyone has recently implemented this product and/or has experience with it at all? Thanks!


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Tue, Dec 20, 2016 at 8:41:07 AM | AVAIL Content Browser for Revit

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No, sorry but I did read their article today on what they are referring to as a "successful release".Generally I found the Archivision content quite expensive and unless your are focused on primarily visualisation work then you can get away with OOTB content along with free online content found online.Avail does have a purpose, although I fail to understand why using the Windows file and search structure isn't good enough. Perhaps if your Revit content library is 10,000 objects+ it may come in handy but at $100 a year?

 

https://blog.archvision.com/2016/12/19/2016-in-review-2017-preview/



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Wed, Dec 21, 2016 at 1:24:22 AM | AVAIL Content Browser for Revit

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"With AVAIL your content can stay on your network. No need to move files around or upload them to the cloud." -

 

I don't understand fully why the content should have been moved or uploaded to the cloud.

 

This seems to be basically a browser. It looks interesting and may had some functionality and speed, but I have not tested it yet.


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