Family means something different to everyone. For Revit users “families” are how parts of a building are arranged in a meaningful way. There is a hierarchy of properties that define how families behave. For example, a window can be a family and types might describe the width, shape, materials and appearance of the window. The
Every few days, we receive a customer submitted project that include unique “new” RPCs. My typical response is: “Cool, that’s a new RPC!” Where do you get these “new” RPCs — you create them yourself! Sure, we have thousands of RPCs available but, sometimes, you or more likely your client want custom content. For years,
If you’ve ever worked on filling a parking lot and had to place content one-by-one, you know the time it takes. The RPC Plug-ins for 3ds Max and AutoCAD solve that dilemma with the Mass Populate feature. It’s an easy-to-use feature which allows you to place RPC Proxies (place holders) and then easily populate them
The Autodesk Exchange in AutoCAD 2012 is now live and features a wide array of add-ons (free & paid): • Plug-ins (yes, the RPC Plug-in for AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, and Civil 3d is in there) • Standalone applications • Content (including RPC People, Tree, Cars & Objects Sample Content) • Books & Training Materials We’re
AutoCAD 2012 is now available. In its latest incarnation, AutoCAD 2012 supports RPC Content drag & drop from the ArchVision Dashboard. Now it is possible for RPC All Access users to search for content and drag it directly into their scenes. The ArchVision Dashboard does the rest. No need to locate content, map it and
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mr9j-LNQcR4] See an RPC in the ArchVision Dashboard you want to use? Simply select, drag, and drop the RPC into a 3ds Max or AutoCAD scene. By dragging and dropping into your scene it will also by default download to your ACM. Give it a try and let us know what you think.