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Revit to 3DS Max

If you export your Revit file as an .FBX, then you can most certainly import it into 3DS Max.  Many Revit users do this to take advantage of the rendering power that commercial render farms like Render Rocket can provide.

Render Rocket cannot output .RVT files.

Using Autodesk Revit for Modeling, 3ds Max for Rendering (Applies to 3ds Max 2016)

Autodesk Knowledge Network article

Preparing the Scene in Revit (Applies to 3ds Max 2015)

Autodesk Knowledge Network article

Exporting from Revit Architecture to 3DS Max (Applies to 3ds Max 2016)

Autodesk Knowledge Network article

Additional detailed Revit LT 2016 information: (via Autodesk Knowledge Network)

Exporting to 3DS Max

Exporting to FBX 

 

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