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  1. Using ArchiCAD out of box: start model your building
    Revit out of box: start modelling tools to start model your building, you spend a year to create tools and then you discover that you made it wrong.

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  2. Hi, good video. do you know archline? have you used archline? I recommend it. I've used archicad for about 27 years and if I had to change software, I would definitely choose archline.

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  3. The payment system for archicad is now $12,500 for the perpetual license and $1800 every year after, Revit is now far far cheaper, until you hit around 15 years using Archicad.

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  4. hi thanks for the info. If I want to learn a program from the two so i can be able to do quick estimates of materials be it steel concrete whatever, which one is the better. and if an architect is designing using archicad and design engineer has used autocad for detailing, what is the easiest way to get the quantities of steel and so on. please advice. thanks

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  5. Have to go with revit because here in south asia archicad is not famous as much as revit. Most people dont even know archicad .

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  6. Old architect here*… If one wants to work in a Company doing big projects, use the "big box", mucho-$$$ programs. Ugh.

    If one is a small-time designer doing small projects, residences & remodels, consider any of the permutations from IntelliCAD. REALLY!!

    Creativity is NOT found in the software's buttons, young people. It's in…YOU. Please don't lose that perspective!

    ActCAD (one of those permutations) costs: 200$-300$-400$ (STD., Pro., BIM). Full license! Capice'?

    Yep…all the hype goes to the "big boxes", but…if you wish to NOT be "chained" to what everyone else has, consider IntelliCAD's & ActCAD's "gift to the CAD-world". Be smarter than your software! 🙂

    *MicroStation in '81(?), my own first ECOhome Design/Build in '79.

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  7. Thanks, great video!

    We have been using Revit for 12 years. We are a very small studio that designs and builds houses, churches and small cultural centers. After 12 years of Subscription for the AEC Suite (plus the initial purchase, about € 5,000 in 2009), we find ourselves in difficulty in our reference sector: Heritage BIM. In this (typically European) sector, Revit seems far behind. Autodesk does not seem interested in HBIM at all, if not for 3D Scan, point cloud etc etc, but "inside" Revit there are NO native and direct tools for: 1) modeling vaults and domes (you have to switch to adaptive families, not a very simple path, or, perhaps, you have to use Dynamo for more complex cases), 2) to map (in the BIM sense) the surface degradation of ancient or existing buildings, 3) to map (again in the BIM sense) the structural damage of the walls, 4) but especially still today in the 2022 version of Revit you CANNOT make walls with non-parallel faces: you can make, in section, a sloping wall I think from last year, and a wall, always in section, with sloping vertical faces. But if you want to plan a wall with non-parallel faces, which is very frequent every day in the HBIM sector, the only BIM alternative is to use a family of Adaptive Pillar (which, however, has different limitations for windows / doors and for many other things).

    Another impressive aspect of Revit is that, at least in Italy where we are located, Autodesk does not have the slightest consideration of small studios like ours. Zero. Local software resellers are only concerned with showing you yet another AEC Suite plugin, yet another product, which then maybe after six months has already changed its name and you can't find it anymore. But, above all, Autodesk's consideration for the needs of firms working in the HBIM sector is very low. Revit is probably perfect if you need to build a biomorphic skyscraper in Dubai with a design team of dozens and dozens of specialists. But not for us, who do tailoring work for small and medium-sized customers, and we don't have the economic possibility of hiring many other specialists to do what we cannot do with the program! Surely we will have the designer of the structures and the MEP designer, of course, but for example we do the Quantity take off, we do the visualization, all the technical drawings etc etc.

    These days we are trying Archicad, and we are shocked 🙁 Let's take an example: the Shell tool! Maybe we are wrong, but in Revit (excluding the Adaptive Families) there is nothing so powerful and flexible, especially for vaults and domes.
    I add the last thing: if I have not misunderstood, in Archicad you can also have BIM Cloud with the cost of the program, i.e. the sharing (thanks to a local server or nas) of files between operators even NOT part of a LAN but far away . This cannot be done in Revit, unless you pay around $ 1000 per year.

    Unfortunately, after so many years of Subscription, 3yrs ago Autodesk has forced us to switch to renting: and if we stop paying, we no longer have software to open our files of years of work.

    Crazy.

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  8. I've been working with ArchiCAD for a long time and with Twinmotion since day one. It's so much fun to see the grogram evolve. It just keeps getting better and better. Now we use ArchiCAD for laboratory planning and we build our own 3D GDL library, which worked perfect. Thanks for the Video!

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  9. Thanks for a very fairly positioned comparison, on the Revit front a couple of point – For residential, the comment that Archicad is more forgiving leads me to understand that you don't need to be very accurate, this is a worry, big or small both builds need to work. Also for small residential works buy Revit LT, the light version, it's soooo cheap by comparison to either Full Revit or Archicad and will give you all tools house builders need, the difference being it does not include the high level MEP tools or collaboration tools required for big commercial project, and there is a Revit LT Suite, again super cheap Vs Full and that include AutoCAD Lt. I use Twinmotion with full Revit there is a plugin so its' right there on the ribbon. For rendering also consider the Lumion or Enscape, the latest version of Lumion also does live updates with your architectural model.

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  10. I HATE ArchiCAD witth a passion, its so frustrating, Revit is SO much easier to learn and I find so much quicker to create documentation. I even believe Rhino is more user friendly than ArchiCAD, but I also think Vray is super user friendly while this guy believes it isnt…. so what do I know.. But I am generally surprised about how many people out there prefer ArchiCAD.

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  11. Loved to hear your view on both programs. A big thing you could've coverd is the teamwork of both programmes… It comes with a cost also to get it up and running. Like BIMcloud for archicad or setting up an office server… Would love to hear how Revit handles teamwork 😊

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  12. Only downside of Revit. Once a model is in a newer version you can’t open the project in an earlier version. I learn Revit at TAFE, and don’t really like it. I think it’s about using the right tool for the job.

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  13. Hi David. I like the way you explain things. I have been using Revit since 2009 and I have been trying to learn Archicad and Vectorworks, so I have more options to provide my services. Please, aan you make a comparison between Vectorworks and Archicad? Thanks.

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  14. Why only those two? Vectorworks (in either Architect or Designer variants) has more than enough capability, is more cost effective than either and, unlike Revit, actually works with an architect's workflow. Revit received a lot of marketing hype much of which is a polite way of lying. For example there has been a lot of fuss from AutoDesk and Revit users about copyright and the retention of intellectual property, and the court cases ensuing from that. However if the design team use a federated IFC model for the construction and facilities management use later there are no such issues. The issue of loss of intellectual property only happens if the design team are forced to use autoDesk software, which believe it or not, does happen. Both ArchiCAD and Vectorworks are developed from original software developed in the dark ages of computing by a bunch of Hungarian architects for architects and includes (included?) such excellent software as All Plan, Spirit, Architrion, BOA and others.

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