New Revit courses coming soon to lynda.com
I spent this past week in Ventura, CA recording two new courses for lynda.com.
I already have the Revit Essential Training course on lynda.com that covers all the basic skills you need to get up and running with Revit Architecture. The essentials course was recorded for Revit 2011, but remains applicable to 2012 as well. I cannot yet disclose the details of the two new courses, but the overall topics will include the Family Editor and Rendering! The courses shoudl be ready very soon, so please stay tuned for more details. Thanks!
Full disclosure: I receive a referral for each subscriber to lynda.com from the links on this site. I also receive royalties for my courses posted on the lynda.com site.
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I really enjoyed your training on lynda.com. I am so glad to know that the new courses are coming! My advice is to have a single file in the course exercise file folders that include all the common regular shortcut keys. Looking forward to see the new things coming!
Your course leads me out of the fear of the so-called steep learning curve of revit. Thank you so much for that.
Thank you for your comments. So glad you liked the lynda course. I am very pleased to have more on the way. As to keyboard shorcuts, you can use the keyboard shortcut command (On the View tab, on the User Interface drop-down) to see and print the whole list. (You can customize them there as well). I also have a quick reference card for Revit available at http://www.cengagebrain.com. You can find it here. This card includes all of the shortcuts on a single page. Hope that helps.
just– massing– course series inside revit.then the revit course in lynda will be fully complete.
because revit to be mastered completly needs the following:]
1- revit essentials. ???
2- family editor.???
3-massing. (we are waiting this from a favourite tutor Paul F.Aubin).
More on the way soon. Thank you for your comment!
Hi Paul, What kind of headset are you wearing in the booth picture? I need a recommendation to make some tutorials for the students in my classes at the high school where I teach Web Design and Image Editing.
Thanks in advance!
I do now know actually. lynda.com has professional recording facilities. I go to their facility to record and they have all the equipment and a sound booth. I have something much simpler here. Just a bluetooth headset.