RAAPS - Files Upgrader 2017

RAAPS - Files Upgrader 2017




This application will upgrade all your Autodesk® Revit® files [*.rvt - *.rfa   - *.rte] (Project files, family files and template files) to be compatible with Revit 2017.


For more information please visit my webPage : http://arch4humservice.ddns.net:4050/files-upgrader.html


Choose from these options:

1- Overwriting the same file.

2- Use the same file name but add any suffix you would like.

3- Upgrade all to another directory.


Please see this video on YouTube for more details:



For support or app enhancement ideas please send an email to: arch.moustafa@gmail.com 


In this trial version, you can upgrade only 20 files.


Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer).

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About This Version

Version, 1/6/2017
Bug fixes Stability Improvement.

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Customer Reviews

(8 reviews)


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  • Jackie
    Jackie Luker | July 18, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Will there be a version for 2018?

    Moustafa Khalil (Publisher) | July 19, 2017

    Yes Sure there is, Please visit my website for the latest 2018 version. http://arch4hum.ddns.net or directdownload from here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/js7ush5fas0sofg/RAAPS%20-%202018.exe?dl=0

  • Paypal
    Bruce Green | March 23, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Is there anyway to pay you without having to setup a paypal account and give them my banking information??? I have paid companies before through paypal without the signup to their services.

  • Great
    Felx Rx | November 10, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Highly recommended!!

  • Save $90 and get this one.
    Benjamin Haslow | September 15, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    One would think that if a large company made their software so that it was not backwards compatible it would provide an easy to use solution to bulk upgrade files for free. That would just be good customer service. Since that doesn't seem to be the case we are very lucky to have good people like Architecture for Humanity who are willing to put together a great product and not try to force their customers out of $100 for it. This bulk upgrader works and it works well. I made a copy of our Revit Family Library and pointed this app to the top level folder and it upgraded all +4500 families without any file loss or error messages in about 6 hours. It kept the entire folder structure in tact and did not create a ton of duplicate files. Every family in every sub-folder was accounted for. We have also tested it on folders containing several large project files that were linked into each other. It chugged through them without error as well. It is well worth the $10.00.

  • Excellent Customer Service
    Zachary Brock | July 19, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    The author was very responsive with questions that I had.

  • Very good app
    Jason Amador-Locher | July 12, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    I used this app to convert thousands of files in a very short time. The author is very responsive and answered my questions accurately and quickly, which is rare! I recommend this app for batch updating files.

  • Great Tool
    Gary Pyles | June 13, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    I love tools that automate mundane tasks. Upgrading files is one of those time consuming tasks you can not get away from. We have a project with dozens of sites each with a project file. This one project has about 100 Revit project all that need to be upgraded to 2017 for current work and to complete the as-built versions. That will be a lot quicker with this tool. Moustafa is a great guy to work with as well. Put this in your tool box today!

  • it works...
    Jerry Peña | May 15, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Well, I have to say that its a good plug-in, but im not consider $10 worth it, im sorry, it has important details to fix. 1.You can't upgrade a complete folder with other folders inside of it, because it will ignore them and copy the files randomly. (ex. I had to re-order all my libraries because the plug-in created randomly and mixed folders...) 2. If you choose to put them in other directory, it will make a copy on the original ones and make a bit of confusion. 3. It doesn't make a background job, so you'll have to wait until the upgrading is finished to use other files on revit, because of the constant change of files, and the multitasking is limited because of it. 4. It has a poor design for an Autodesk 2017 software, or any 2017 software whatsoever. So yeah, the plug in makes the upgrade, but has its negative points. I hope they took these observations as constructive opinions and not otherwise. Hope to fix some of this points. Thanks

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