Revit Live 2019 File Only 64 Bit
Revit Live is a cloud-based service that allows you to create immersive and interactive 3D visualizations of your Revit models. You can explore your design, present it to clients, and share it with stakeholders using a simple and intuitive interface. Revit Live is compatible with Revit 2019 and later versions.
To use Revit Live, you need to download and install the Revit Live add-in for Revit. This add-in enables you to upload your Revit models to the cloud and launch the Revit Live Editor, where you can customize and enhance your visualizations. You can also download the Revit Live Viewer, which is a standalone application that allows you to view and interact with your Revit Live projects on your desktop or mobile device.
If you only want to download the Revit Live file for a specific project, without installing the add-in or the viewer, you can use the revitlive2019fileonly64bit option. This option will generate a .lvmd file that contains all the data and settings of your Revit Live project. You can use this file to open your project in the Revit Live Editor or Viewer, or share it with others who have these applications installed.
To use the revitlive2019fileonly64bit option, follow these steps:
Open your Revit model in Revit 2019 or later.
Go to the Add-Ins tab and click on the Autodesk Live button.
In the Autodesk Live dialog box, click on the Settings icon.
In the Settings dialog box, go to the Advanced tab and check the box that says "Generate .lvmd file only".
Click OK to close the Settings dialog box.
In the Autodesk Live dialog box, click on Go Live to upload your model to the cloud and generate the .lvmd file.
Once the process is complete, you will see a message that says "Your .lvmd file is ready". Click on the Download button to save the file to your computer.
You can now open the .lvmd file in the Revit Live Editor or Viewer, or share it with others who have these applications installed.
For more information about Revit Live, you can visit [the official website] or [watch this video].