When it came to AutoCAD and Revit, I guess the Inventor team had Project Chronicle envy. The Autodesk Research team remedied this by adding support for Inventor to Project Chronicle. So now if you are an Inventor 2014 or Inventor 2013 user, you can try out Project Chronicle.
Senior Principal Research Scientist, Tovi Grossman, shared his thoughts on the latest update.
- We are pleased to announce that Project Chronicle now supports the 2013 and 2014 releases of Inventor and Inventor Professional. Updates have been applied to both the Chronicle website and the Chronicle Recording Utility. Commands, settings, and dialog boxes used in your Inventor workflows will be displayed on Chronicle’s interactive timeline. You can also use the product and command search filters on the Chronicle home page to find Chronicles that use Inventor, or specific Inventor commands.
Senior Product Manager for Suites Technology, Eric Stover, shared his thoughts on Project Chronicle.
- Project Chronicle is a free technology preview that makes it convenient and easy for users to capture, share, and learn from software workflows. It is being developed jointly by the Autodesk Research office and Autodesk Knowledge Network and currently supports AutoCAD, Revit, and as of today Autodesk Inventor!
- Project Chronicle consists of a recording utility to capture recordings, and a website that displays the recordings as Chronicles, interactive video tutorials. The videos can be shared publicly or set to private, so that they can be used as internal training materials for a private office or classroom. In essence, Project Chronicle allows software experts to showcase their expertise and allows other users to view and learn from their real-world expert examples.
- Please check out the Project Chronicle Website: https://chronicle.autodesk.com and start sharing your knowledge today!
Thanks Tovit. Thanks Eric.
Technology previews on Autodesk Labs are free. All we ask is that you try them and share your feedback. You can reach the Autodesk Research team in a variety of ways.
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