Bluebeam Software announced the release of Revu 11 in Swedish, German, Finnish and Norwegian, with the Danish and Dutch versions scheduled in May.
"Revu 11 makes anything possible by introducing cutting-edge technology for sharing feedback and collaborating anytime, anywhere," said Richard Lee, Bluebeam Software president and CEO. "Whether you are flying across the Atlantic, working on an underground tunnel project or sitting at your desk and inadvertently lose your Internet connection, Revu 11 allows you to continue to edit files from the cloud and annotate them with a dramatically enhanced set of PDF markup and editing options."
Revu 11's Studio Projects offline mode enables project teams to centrally maintain a digital master set. The enhancement to Revu's integrated cloud feature, Bluebeam Studio, allows users to access and edit files stored in a Studio Project from a desktop, tablet PC or an iPad, even with the loss of an internet connection. Changes can be synced as soon as connectivity is restored.
The AutoMark feature gives users the ability to organize PDFs by automatically creating bookmarks and page labels from PDF content. Sets enables team members to view, navigate and edit multiple files as if they were one. The new format painter quickly applies property settings across multiple annotations such as color, line styles and fonts.
VisualSearch now performs more robust searches regardless of an object's size, color or rotation or even another intersecting object, the company says. Users can also now create 3D PDFs from any IFC file. Use the Section Box tool to demonstrate the exact issue at hand by exposing interior details.
For more information, visit Bluebeam Software.
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