Blender vs Revit

Blender

latest version:

The latest version of Blender is 2.91, which is released recently.

Blender is a 3D modeling, animation and rendering software.

Uses of Blender:

Blender is used to create a 3d model from scratch, sculpt, rig, texture, animate and can be used for rendering movie formats.

It consists of its own engine which can be used to offer for rendering third party engines.

It also assists using Python languages for stretchable access to different options.

Pros:

With the combination of amazing features, working with blender mind blowing. 

Provides a single platform for different functions other than 3D designing, drafting or texturing like movie production and animated films.

Scripting is very much easy.

Provides visual effect features.

Cons:

Not easy to use, especially for beginners.

Too many bugs can irritate you and can affect your working.

Excessiveness layers system.

Revit

latest version

In 2012 Revit LT became the newest version of Revit on the market. It is a Lite version of Revit with number of features such as rendering and multi-user environments removed.

Uses of Revit:

Revit is best for long term projects for providing quality work.

Provides a single platform for doing multiple tasks simultaneously. 

It provides user to design models and structures like real world.  

It provides accuracy for your design. 

Pros:

Easy to learn and have easy access.

It provides a large backup and storage for your data.

Easy to work as it does not require too much hand movement.

Cons:

Using Revit makes it difficult to memorize functions. 

Working on projects using Revit are time consuming and are expensive.

Being a complex software, Revit have quantity of tools which requires users to go deep to search for a particular thing which can make user annoy or discomfort able.

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