From ArchiCAD to Revit using IFC (with video)

It's in Dutch so maybe not for everybody, but I recorded a few video-tutorials discussing how to get a model from ArchiCAD into Revit in a more or less editable form, so you can still do some things with it. Using IFC and Solibri to inspect the exported model and see what is indeed exported but missing upon import.

Inside Revit, we make a Schedule and notice that the room does not pick up the ArchiCAD Zone Height properly and the category needs special attention to get through.

Important lessons: some ArchiCAD model simplification can make life easier (e.g. a SEO between wall and roof resulted in the window being placed one floor below its opening). Not sure if going back and forth between ArchiCAD and Revit to finetune IFC export is feasible for many people, but we have to deal with the current intricacies of the IFC implementations as they are today.
FWIW, Revit 2013 was running inside Windows 8 in Parallels, whereas ArchiCAD 16 and Solibri Model Checker 8 were running natively in Mountain Lion. But Revit was very usable still. And Screenflow was recording all 2880x1800 pixels in full glory. That said, I had a crash and some long IFC loading sections have been edited out of the video.

From ArchiCAD to IFC

From ArchiCAD IFC to Revit (Part 1)

From ArchiCAD IFC to Revit (Part 2)

From ArchiCAD IFC to Revit (Part 3)