- 3D design and visualization – Create 3D orthographic or perspective views to better visualize and share your designs.
- A single, coordinated model – Design revisions automatically update for every view throughout the design process.
- High-quality documentation – Design documentation is coordinated and current.
- Autogenerated schedules – Automatically create building component schedules to improve the visibility of costs and quantities.
- Help verify material quantities – Material takeoff helps verify material quantities for cost estimates and can make it easier to track quantities.
- Fluid design file exchange with Revit users – Swap files with users of any Revit product.
- Photorealistic rendering in the cloud – Use real-world materials with Autodesk cloud services.
- Content for architects – Ready-to-use content includes office cubicles, furniture, residential and commercial windows, and an appliance library.
- Move to BIM at your own pace – Use familiar tools in AutoCAD LT (available in Revit LT Suite) to help ease the transition to BIM.
- Autodesk Drive – Securely store, preview, and share your 2D and 3D design data using data storage designed for individuals and small teams.
Difference between Revit vs Revit LT