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CADtoEarth 2.1 for Autodesk® Revit® extending a family of add-ins that establishes a bi-directional connection between CAD environments and Google Earth or Google Maps. The CADtoEarth 2.1 add-in now allows users to create personal accounts on the CADtoEarth web application and provides individual control over the visibility of uploaded data.

 

Here is the partial list of what you can expect from the tool:

·       Import a section of surface from Google Earth into modeling session as Toposurface;

·       Import a pre-drawn sketch from Google Earth or GoogleMaps into a modeling session;

·       Get information about building layer from Google Earth;

·       Place your 3D structure on the imported toposurface within modeling session and then upload it back to Google Earth;

·       Upload your 3D structure directly from a modeling session onto Google Earth;

 

Please take a look at the following video that demonstrates a basic functionality provided by CADtoEarth 2.1:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GLDQ08LrL8&feature=youtu.be

 

To find the detailed information about the CADtoEarth 2.1 for Autodesk Revit please take a look at the following User's Guide:

http://cadtoearth.amcbridge.com/cadtoearth_revit_manual_2.1.pdf

 

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  • 2015?
    Steve Gordon | June 20, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Can we expect an update for 2015 versions. Works well for me for initial design & site planning. Google elevation info a little to course at times on small jobs. Thanks


    Amc Bridge Tech Support | July 01, 2014

    Hi Steve, current version of CADtoEarth doesn’t support Revit 2015. The next CADtoEarth.Revit release is planned for current year. In this version CADtoEarth will support Revit 2015.


  • not yet work with Windows 8.1 Pro
    Ricardo Freitas | June 02, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Hello, i'm waiting for a answer of you


    Amc Bridge Tech Support | June 02, 2014

    Hi Ricardo, we have answered to you via email.


  • Have had this API key problem since trying it in 2013
    Neal Bijlani | May 14, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Ever since trying this software out, I've never gotten past the error "The Google maps API key used on this web site was registered for a different web site." I have recently redownloaded with no luck.


    Amc Bridge Tech Support | June 02, 2014

    We think it can be connected with version of Google Earth Plug-in that you use. Please uninstall Google Earth Plug-in from your computer. (To do that enter Control Panel/Programs/Uninstall a program). And then install the last version of plug-in. You can download it here: http://www.google.com/earth/explore/products/plugin.html If it won't help, please write us on support@amcbridge.com.


  • Cant even register a new account
    Thomas Hill | April 22, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    How do you register for cad to earth the link they give you is timed out


    Amc Bridge Tech Support | May 12, 2014

    It was answered via e-mail. The problem which you've faced is caused by using a proxy server. The current version of CADtoEarth plug-in doesn’t support proxy servers. 


  • Either it is disapppointing, or I need help to get what is needed.
    Luigi Coletta | February 14, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    If you are able to contact me and discuss it...it would be great. I'm able to get the building info as long as I'm covering a small enough area and if the buildings are 20 or less... but all buildings come 50' tall, regardless of google earth's info, and no roads are coming in either.


    Amc Bridge Tech Support | May 08, 2014

    In some cases the imported buildings have the same height (50 feet). It happens because Google API does not support getting buildings' height. CADtoEarth add-in uses Open Street Maps for getting information about height of buildings. However, in some cases even Open Street Maps has no proper information about height - and then, for such buildings, CADtoEarth application defines height as 50 feet. That is the reason why many imported buildings have the same height.


  • Easy to use, Half the features work
    Rosanne Siegal | October 23, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Able to upload my building, and download the site. However, no buildings are coming in with the site from google earth even though I see them in the Google Pane, and the Get Drawing feature isn't working. BUT the site itself is great.


    Amc Bridge Tech Support | May 08, 2014

    There is a restriction when importing buildings in CADtoEarth. The application can only import 20 houses at the same time located (fully or partially) in the current zoom state of given surface. Also the reason could be related with visibility options - in "Visibility/Graphics Overrides" dialog (It is located in "View" tab) enable all visibility filters and see what happens.


  • Yet to see it work
    Peter Massie | October 04, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Once downloaded, Revit is telling me the AddInId node is already being used by revit. However are no add-ins available to select within Revit. It seems like a great app but unfortunately I'm yet to see it work.


  • Great tool for initial site planning
    Luke Johnson | July 29, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Using XP 64 bit and Google Earth 7.1.1.1888, I had no problem installing and using version 2 of this software.


  • Does not work at all on Revit 2013 or Revit 2014
    Elvir Gazic | June 18, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    This is the message you get: "The Google Maps API key used on this web site was registered for a different web site." If the problem is fixed I will change my rating, until then, don't waste your time downloading.


    Amc Bridge Tech Support | May 08, 2014

    We think it can be connected with version of Google Earth Plug-in that you use. Please uninstall Google Earth Plug-in from your computer. (To do that enter Control Panel/Programs/Uninstall a program). And then install the last version of plug-in. You can download it here: http://www.google.com/earth/explore/products/plugin.html


  • Can't get it to work
    Jin Lee | May 23, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Mananged to get the CADtoEarth Pane to work right after I installed it. Never was able to get a surface or drawing to import into Revit. The pane times out now after only working once.


  • Didn't work at all (Update)
    Brian Mackey | May 21, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Not sure if it is an Internet Explorer 10 issue or not but this app didn't work at all to acquire an image. Publisher got back to me with in hours of posting this comment and helped me work through the issue.


  • not sure what it does
    Forest Peterson | May 11, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    but work is not one of them...


  • Agreed!
    Tania Martins | February 08, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Indeed, I'm finding it hard to upload my model to Google Earth to make a realistic 3D concept on location. Great idea though!


  • Good Idea, But needs updates.
    Arthur Rangel | December 14, 2012 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Does not Work with the new Google Earth Plug-in.


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