To make your Revit to SketchUp transition simpler and more efficient, we have developed a converter that enables you to bring in native Revit files to SketchUp!
Key features in the current beta version:
The Revit families and instances would be converted to SketchUp components and instances
Revit families categories transitioned to SketchUp tags
Geometry optimisation for lighter models
Revit levels translate to SketchUp sections
Proxy for Revit links and the ability to bring in multiple Revit file links
To participate in this public beta, you need to note the following
The Revit Importer is currently Windows-only
The Revit Importer works with SketchUp Pro 2021 and 2022
You will need a valid SketchUp Pro or Studio or Trial subscription
We can provide you with a license for the testing; just indicate it in the signup form
To test the importer, you can use any Revit (.rvt) file from Revit 2011 through Revit 2022
You will not need a Revit license, though, just a Revit file
Revit 2023 version support is coming in the Autumn time
We look forward to having you in the beta group!