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Tue, Oct 31, 2006 at 12:11:34 AM | Revit & Maya

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Hi all! I know a lot of revit people use Revit and import their projects into 3DMAX, but I was wondering If anyone does or knows that its possible to import your project (with textures) into Maya?

 

I know people will just say use 3dmax etc but In the past ive completed an advanced diploma in multimedia & also in screen where we only used Maya. So therefore im more skilled in Maya.

 

I was assuming since Autodesk owns them all (Revit, AutoCad,Maya & MAX) then they should all be compatable?

 

are there any tuts for importing your revit into a 3d program etc? or help files? etc.

i wouldnt mind giving it a try..

 

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Tue, Oct 31, 2006 at 3:25:08 PM | Revit & Maya

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I've never used Maya.  But Revit exports out to DWG with its materials (except those that use special accurender settings such as clear coats etc...).  It will depend whether Maya can leverage this information, which you'll have to check as i can't...

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Tue, Oct 31, 2006 at 3:51:26 PM | Revit & Maya

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thanks mr spot,im currently getting a new pc soon so ill have a try at exporting revit into maya then..

 


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Tue, Oct 31, 2006 at 5:39:04 PM | Revit & Maya

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I moved this thread to API & Third Party Apps.

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Thu, May 17, 2007 at 5:49:04 AM | Revit & Maya

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Im currently taking an Architecture class in Maya.  My professor is probably a genius.  check out his site with tutorials. 

 

http://www.ming3d.com/tutorial/

 

youll see a tutorial on transfering from revit to maya. 


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thanks mdc92003 Ive actually experimented with Maya 7.0 like this tuturial uses and up until autodesk released a plugin for latest versions of Maya. maya 7 was the best for importing DWG & DXF files

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