This blog is on hiatus. It will remain here as a repository of information regarding DWF files and what can be done with them besides printing. If you have DWF file or Autodesk Design Review related questions, you can continue to post them to our discussion group or email them to us.
Our partners over at Autodesk Labs want to let you know that Autodesk customers can sign up for the Project Blink Beta. Project Blink provides you with the ability to access your design software from anywhere.
Interested? Limited number of slots available! Just take this quick survey!
Support for DWF/DWFx files published by AutoCAD 2012 and other 2012 Autodesk design programs
DWF Toolkit building with VS2010
DWF Toolkit building on Mac (XCode 4.1) and Linux (gcc 4.5)
Updated sample code and documentation
New parameter "nProviderFlags" to the existing functions “DWFContent::load”, “DWFSection::getContentDefinition” and “DWFSection:: getObjectDefinition”, which will give you an option to skip reading customized property attributes, improving file reading performance. (The default behavior is not skipping which is consistent with the toolkit previous version.)
The ability for others to add value to what DWF has to offer is another way DWF goes beyond the paper.
We recently launched our public Beta for Autodesk Design Review 2013 and highly recommend our customers join us in the Autodesk Design Review 2013 Beta program. We have been able to include some of the feature requests submitted including measuring 2D angles, dynamic stamps, restoring to the original scale, and more.
Existing Feedback Community users can enter their usernames and passwords to apply. (If you have forgotten your password, you can click on the Forgot Password link under Login menu and an email will be sent to you with your password or send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.) New users should click "Join Feedback Community Now" and submit requests. An email will be sent the address provided for you to verify and complete the sign-up process.
We look forward to hearing your feedback about this Beta!
Autodesk® Inventor® optimization enables you to test the performance of multiple product design options. This Autodesk Cloud service is an exclusive benefit for subscribers to the Premium or Ultimate editions of the Autodesk Product Design Suite.
Continuing our Autodesk Cloud series, this video overview can help you take advantage of the processing power inherent in Cloud-based applications, create higher-quality products, and more sustainable designs that lower costs.
Continuing with our Autodesk Cloud series, this video overview can help you begin using the Autodesk Cloud rendering service by uploading DWG files directly to the service or by using the Rendering Add-in from within Revit to process your Revit files. [Editor's note: "Autodesk Cloud Rendering" was rebranded as "Autodesk 360 Rendering".]
Autodesk Cloud Services and Support has posted a very helpful video overview showing you how to get up and running using Autodesk Cloud Documents in no time.[Editor's note: "Autodesk Cloud Documents" was rebranded as "Autodesk 360".]
The video's a perfect synopsis that quickly demonstrates the fundamentals.