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Filters in Revit Tutorial

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Get all of my Revit project files and 1 on 1 tutoring: https://www.patreon.com/balkanarchitect Subscribe for more! Please Like this Tutorial! Follow me on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mr.balkanarchitect/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Balkan-Architect-278024016289562/?modal=admin_todo_tour Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArchitectBalkan In this tutorial I show you how to use the Filter option in the Visibility Graphics in Revit Tutorial. Additional Tags: Filter, Visibility Graphics, architecture, family, Structural, Beam, Column, Beam System, Light, family, family editor, street light, Revit, Architecture, House, Reference Plane, Detail Line, Floor,, BIM, Building Information Modeling. Building, Roof, Roof by element, Roof by extrusion, How to model a roof in revit, Revit City, Revit 2018, Revit Turorials, Revit 2017, Revit Autodesk, Revit Architecture 2017, Revit Array, Render, AutoCAD, How to model in Revit, learn Revit, Revit Biginner tutorial, Revit tutorial for Beginner, Revit MEP, Revit Structure
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yara saoud (2 months ago)
useful. thanks alot
Pavel Architect (6 months ago)
Thank you
Jeff Mi3 (6 months ago)
Why did you cross the filter icon? Such a clickbait haha. I suggest you post a video about advance filtering in MEP combined drawings =)
Tin Ton (6 months ago)
Hello, Super nice and concise videos! I have a question, Have you ever had the problem of showing glittery lines in a walkthrough?. When I use a normal camera everything is showing correctly, but when I want to do an animation the camera shows walls and floor that are supposedly being block by other elements. I have tried all, checking my video card, doing over and over. and I have discovered that Revit do this when the camera is far from the objective. My building is big so I cannot put the camera near. Any advice? Thank you!
A Holland (6 months ago)
excellent !
David M (6 months ago)
Very useful!
Mike Dean (6 months ago)
Hey, I do enjoy your little tutorials, however I've a challenge for you! I work with historic buildings (old Victorian / Oak framed buildings) here in the UK, and I use Revit LT. The walls are never square, and the only way around it, is to use 'In-Place' walls... However they don't attach to the roof, nor am I able to add flint panels etc like you can with 'regular' walls... A BIM manager suggested Wall Sweeps to adjust things... Any ideas? Keep up the good work! :)
MonkeysRus999 (6 months ago)
You could in place walls, not really the right way. You would need to sweep the wall then cut off any excess with a void(s). Issue is revit is designed for the modern world! Curved walls are annoying to work with!
Barbara Nogueira (6 months ago)
Thanks a lot, good tips
2nd0000000000 (6 months ago)
Hey man u gonna make tutorials on lazer cutting soon?
Odia Pollard (6 months ago)
Can you do a wrought iron gate? Much appreciated
RevitTube (6 months ago)
Filters are amazing!
Sothat Theng (6 months ago)
Thanks for sharing, can you make the complete one project for Villa or apartment please.

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