New in Civil 3D 2018 Videos
Autodesk 2018 Release Product Videos
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Autodesk staff produce a wide range of video content for a product release.
Some is product sales demo, but a lot of the staff recordings, video lists, and channels include useful application training and helpful tips and tricks for Infrastructure products.
Content that is significant video training is listed here.
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Autodesk's Jerry Bartels demos how to employ the new Civil 3D 2018 Right-Click menus to jump back and forth between each sample line and its respective Section View.
From the Jerry's YouTube Channel.
and the Civil Immersion blog.
Right Click is your friend in Civil 3D. If you employ Section Views a lot and need to QAQC the results, this is a God's send.
Alan Gilbert from Autodesk walks through how to control the window of interest that is used to compute the existing roadway cross slope with the Civil 3D 2018.1 Rehab Corridor tools.
Alan's uses only Outside Lanes here. You might need to use more targets or offsets if you have medians to deal with in the context of the Civil 3D 2018.1 Rehab Corridor tools.
The Videos is this Series
- Overview Rehab Corridors in 2018.1
- Rehab Corridors with Lane Widening
- Rehab Corridors and Superelevation
- Rehab Corridors Lane Offsets and Targets
My in-depth series on the Rehab Tools begins with
Rehab Corridors from Civil 3D Survey
Connected Workflows in the AEC Collection
Civil expert Ken Driscol from Applied Software Technology offers tips, tricks and best practices for combining the power of multiple Autodesk Civil tools from the AEC Collection.
From the Applied Software Technology YouTube Channel.
and the Applied Software Technology website.
Software Walk-Through and demo starts at about 12:12
This is a not too contrived walk-through of the AEC Collection and the interoperability benefits of the same from a Civil perspective.