Up to and
2.0, 3.0, 4.0, or 5.0
MIF / MID
Import file to MicroStation design file and save. Use the DGN file for converting it into the iModel.
Reality data, like point clouds and reality meshes, can be viewed along with your engineering data. There are no iModel Connectors to sync reality data, instead use Bentley ContextCapture to add real-world digital context to your projects.
For more information on how to associate your reality data to an iTwin go to the Reality Data page.
The GeoConnector is being developed to support geospatial data coming from multiple sources.
Presently, Shapefile, PostGIS database, ESRI File Geodatabase, ArcGIS Feature Service, and WFS(Web Feature Service), KML and GeoJSON and Oracle Spatial database formats are supported.
The support of other geospatial data is under investigation.
For more information on how to use the GeoConnector, visit the GeoConnector page.
The Autodesk Material Library consists of several sub-libraries and installers (MSI files) can be taken from installers for Revit, 3dMax or AutoCAD.
Or they can be downloaded separately from the Autodesk site: https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/infraworks/learn-explore/caas/CloudHelp/cloudhelp/ENU/IWGettingStarted/files/Install/IWGettingStarted-Install-ToInstallAutodeskMaterialLibraries-html-html.html (all resolutions packages are necessary but first Common package isn’t).
It is better to install all Base, Low, Middle, and Advanced Image libraries. At least Base, Middle, and Advanced has unique files.
Materials should be exported to i-model automatically if Autodesk Materials are installed on the machine where the iModel Connector job is executing from.
Navisworks can be used to import the additional formats listed below. This of course requires that the source file is first loaded into Navisworks and then saved as a nwd file. Some formats are not listed in this table such as dgn, dwg, or ifc as examples. When a connector exists for a specific format, the best option is to use the native connector for that file format. However, for instances where a native connector does not exist for that format, using Navisworks for one of the formats listed below can be an option. The listed formats below have been tested and successfully imported into an iTwin from Navisworks.