What is Revit?
Autodesk® Revit® allows architects, engineers, and construction professionals to:
- Model shapes, structures, and systems in 3D with parametric accuracy, precision, and ease.
- Streamline project management with instant revisions to plans, elevations, schedules, sections, and sheets.
- Unite multidisciplinary project teams for higher efficiency, collaboration, and impact in the office or on the jobsite.
Parametric component design
Place walls, doors, and windows in an open, graphical, and parameter-rich system for design and form-making.
Use tables to better capture, filter, sort, display, and share project data.
Communicate design intent effectively with tools for tagging, dimensioning, and illustrating in 2D and 3D.
Visibility settings and overrides
Control visibility by hiding, revealing, and highlighting building elements. Use overrides to customize appearance.
Import, export, and link with commonly used CAD formats, including IFC4, Rhino, SketchUp, and OBJ.
Embed design intent with project-wide parameters that work with radial and diameter dimensions and equality constraints.
BIM Content Libraries
Load content from the Autodesk cloud into a Revit project or create your own libraries of building components.
Personalization and customization
Customize the user interface to fit, with configurable keyboard shortcuts, ribbons, and toolbars.
Frequent performance upgrades
Benefit from gains in hardware and processor performance and continuous evaluation against computing benchmarks.
Multi-discipline toolsets in Revit
- Conceptual design tools
- Architectural modeling
- Point cloud tools
- 3D design visualization
- Multistory stairs
- Cloud rendering
Structural engineering and fabrication
- Analytically driven modeling
- Reinforcement detailing
- Structural steel modeling
- Bidirectional linking with analysis
- Dynamo for structural engineering
- Linking with steel fabrication
MEP engineering and fabrication
- Electrical preliminary load analysis
- MEP Systems Analysis
- HVAC design and documentation
- Electrical design and documentation
- Plumbing design and documentation
- MEP fabrication detailing
- Insight integration
- Fabrication service conversion
- Fabrication documentation
- Construction modeling
- Navisworks interoperability
- Import/export 2D sheets
- Constructability details
System requirements for Revit 2024 (Windows)
Microsoft® Windows® 11 or Windows 10 version 1809 or above. See Autodesk's Product Support Lifecycle for support information.
Basic: 2.5–2.9 GHz processor (base) ARM Processors are not supported.
Basic: 8 GB
Basic: 1 GB GPU with 29 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant
DirectX 12 with Feature Level 12_0 is required for Shaded(Fast) and Shaded with edges(Fast) visual styles.
10.0 GB (suggested SSD)
.NET Framework Version 4.8 or later
System requirements for AutoCAD Revit LT Suite 2024 for Mac
Apple® macOS® Monterey v12
Basic: Apple Mac Pro® 4.1, MacBook Pro® 5.1, iMac® 8.1, Mac mini® 3.1, MacBook Air®, MacBook® 5.1
64-bit Intel CPU
Basic: 1280 x 800 display
5 GB free disk space for download and installation
Apple-compliant Mouse, Apple-compliant Trackpad, Microsoft-compliant mouse
Recommended: Mac native installed graphics cards
APFS, APFS(Encrypted), Mac OS Extended (Journaled), Mac OS Extended (Journaled, Encrypted)