This 3ds Max blog is a team effort by Nicolas Holst, Lee Montgomery, Vishnu Ramdass and Anil Choudhary.
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Quickly share and review 3D assets and animations with team members or clients, without using a commercial 3D authoring tool.
An updated version of FBX 2013 is available for 3ds Max and 3ds Max Design
On the FBX page on autodesk.com the 2013.2 plugins for 3ds Max, 3ds Max Design and Maya are now available. The page also has the updated versions of the FBX Converter and the FBX QuickTime Viewer.
Sometimes a relatively small fbx file from Revit results in a very large .max file
Adjusting the position of filelinked files using the Helper object at the origin of the model
We are aware that some users experience problems with import of FBX files exported from Revit in 3ds Max. Occasionally there can be issues in import times primarily due to incorrect system units setup in 3ds Max. Read the Blog post for further info on this issue and how to resolve the problem.