Description de Bluebeam Revu
La solution PDF de Bluebeam est conçue pour les utilisateurs qui souhaitent créer, modifier et annoter des fichiers PDF et collaborer avec des partenaires de projet en temps réel ou à tout moment, à l'aide de Bluebeam Studio.
Qui utilise Bluebeam Revu ?
Les solutions Bluebeam sont utilisées par les secteurs d'activité les plus documentés du monde pour numériser les flux de travail, gagner du temps, améliorer la communication et réduire les coûts du projet.
Où peut-on déployer Bluebeam Revu ?
Cloud, SaaS, web, Mac (ordinateur), Windows (ordinateur), iPad (mobile)
Bluebeam Revu - Prix
À partir de :
- Oui, essai gratuit disponible
- Non, pas de version gratuite
Bluebeam Revu n'est pas disponible en version gratuite mais propose un essai gratuit. La version payante de Bluebeam Revu est disponible à partir de 349,00 $US/unique.
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Fonctionnalités - Bluebeam Revu
- Accès mobile
- Contrôles/Permissions d'accès
- Conversion en PDF
- Fusionner et ajouter des fichiers
- Gestion de la communication
- Gestion de versions
- Gestion des documents
- Gestion des fichiers
- Gestion des flux de travail
- Gestion des problèmes
- Imagerie 3D
- Matériaux d'assemblage
- Mise en forme de texte
- Outils de collaboration
- Partage des fichiers
- Plans électroniques
- Pour architecture, ingénierie et construction
- Recherche en texte intégral
- Saisie de documents
- Signature électronique
- Stockage de documents
- Suivi des problèmes
- Suivi des statuts
- Transfert de fichiers
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Move Over Adobe, Bluebeam is Better
Commentaires : A great alternative to Adobe…much more user friendly and affordable.
Bluebeam has better features and is easier to use than Adobe. The cost is much less when you consider payments are not indefinite.
Nothing bad to report. Bluebeam is far superior to Adobe. So far we have not found any flaws in the software.
Such as useful tool
Commentaires : A useful tool I've been using since 2016. The private consulting industry has basically embedded this software into their workflow. Sadly, probably due to its cost, the public sector/client dont tend to use Bluebeam or they have the entry level version without all the features.
Bluebeam works perfectly with drafting and producing drawings through Civil 3D. It's quick and convenient to use for engineering drawings. One particularly great feature, is the ability to calibrate your own scale and measure quantities to scale. It is a great tool for producing markups and redlines on PDFs to share with the team. Before the pandemic, we occasionally did the markups and comments by hand, now it's exclusively all through PDF markups.
When they have yearly program version updates, they tend to change the UI around so it takes some time to relearn the Bluebeam features. For the polyline feature, it's annoying having to press enter to finalize the command and save the line drawn (especially if it's not a close polygon). I use this tool daily and it's extremely annoying when I lose my line! I would love it if they made it so a right-click during the command saves and exits so I can complete the entire command with my mouse.
Untrustworthy Developer - Dropped the ball
Brings a lot of features and functionality missing from Acrobat. To my knowledge, no other PDF software is geared towards the A+E market. I wish there was another one out there so that these guys didn't have a monopoly on the market. It has given them a sense of invincibility that has led to stagnation and a lack of genuine support for their customers.
I've been using Revu for about 8 years, 5 of those on Windows. The last 3 are at my most recent job, and when I found out that Bluebeam had created a Revu for Mac, I was quick to push our company to adopt. I even gave a lunchtime presentation to show everyone some of the really powerful features I had come to know and love from the windows side. Playing with the trial version of 1.0, though, I quickly realized that a ton of features were absent from the windows version. I went ahead and gave the presentation anyway, though and with some convincing, we bought seats for everyone. It became clear within the first week of using the software, though, that it was incredibly slow. So slow as to be unusable. It took several seconds to render every page... considering that we regularly deal with 100+ page architectural sets, this made the program worthless in a lot of cases. What's more we really felt the lack of some features from the windows side, many of which were so basic that it's laughable that Bluebeam decided not to invest in them. You can't crop pdfs for instance. Anyway, when bluebeam for mac 2.0 came out, we bought in thinking that we'd be getting all of the features that we were missing along with performance improvements. Turns out they decided to revamp the UI with almost 0 feature inclusions. The performance of page rendering was significantly improved, which was helpful, although page thumbnails now no longer load.
BlueBeam Revue is my FAVE!
Commentaires : I utilize BlueBeam Revu pretty much on a daily basis whether it be to open/review documents (as a PDF reader) or to edit/modify documents, invoices, etc. It has become a HUGE tool for me, a time saver AND a stress saver as well! :-)
After struggling through Adobe for many years, I was introduced to BlueBeam Revu about 3 years ago and it has made my life SO much more pleasant! The features and ease of use (once you have been properly trained) are a Godsend! The ability to relocate text placement more precisely is the most valuable tool for me.
I do struggle with changing the font sizes when creating new text boxes to be uniform to the last but not a deal breaker - LOL!!
Blue beam review
Commentaires : It is my preferred PDF editor and I constantly use it to make edits
It is very user friendly and very intuitive. The dashboards are set up similar to acad and I can draw pretty well. The editing features are also top notch.
It is a bit pricey for a PDF editor. You can get adobe versions much cheaper and while it maybe less functional, the adobe programs do work ok.