Bluebeam Podcast – Our developers talk about real-time PDF collaboration with Studio

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Real-time PDF collaboration is here thanks to Bluebeam Studio, the newest feature in Bluebeam PDF Revu 8.5! Today, listen in to the latest Bluebeam podcast as lead developers Ben and Peter talk all about this incredible new way to collaborate with project partners across the globe.

Download Revu 8.5 with Studio today and remember, to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen

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3 Responses to “Bluebeam Podcast – Our developers talk about real-time PDF collaboration with Studio”

  1. Steven Rowe Says:

    What type of documents
    PDF, Excel, Word, MSProject

  2. Steven Rowe Says:

    Saving Permission, what does this do?
    If I am not the host, and do not have permission to save, will my changes be saved when I log off?

    Is there a limited number of collaborators?

  3. karenpdf Says:

    Hi Steven – Here are the answers to your questions:

    Document types –
    PDFs can be uploaded to Studio for review and markup. If you have other file types you want reviewed, you can convert them to PDF using Bluebeam’s PDF plugins or the Bluebeam PDF printer driver.

    Saving permissions –
    Saving permissions enable a host to determine whether or not attendees can save copies of the PDFs uploaded to Studio.

    Saving markups –
    All markups made in a Studio session are locked, meaning that only the person who made the markups can move, edit or delete them. So regardless of whether you are the host or attendee, have permission to save the PDF or not, your markups will stay put unless you choose to edit, move or delete them.

    # of collaborators –
    Up to 32 attendees can join a session.

    You may also want to check out this page for a video Studio: http://www.bluebeam.com/web07/us/products/revu/8.5/studio/. Let me know if you have any other questions.

    -Karen
    karen (at) bluebeaminsider.com

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