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Easier Revit and SketchUp workflows

Import and file link Revit .RVT files into 3ds Max directly using a new, tighter Revit integration, first introduced in 3ds Max 2015 Extension 2.

Bring Revit models into 3ds Max up to 10 times faster than before. The new integration provides enhanced features, such as improved instancing, additional BIM data and multiple cameras. SketchUp users can now take their design further in 3ds Max by importing SketchUp 2015 files.

Tighter Revit integration makes importing models easier