Studio Enterprise is for companies that want to host Bluebeam Studio Sessions and Projects on their own locally hosted server, behind their own firewalls. IT Administrators can set the preferences for variables such as number of Session attendees and the size of files stored on the server.
Your IT Administrator will need a few things to install Studio Enterprise.
You need a few things to host a Studio Session on Studio Enterprise:
You need a few things to host a Studio project on Studio Enterprise:
Users with a license of Bluebeam Revu 8.5 or above can start a Studio Session as the host. The host starts the Session, adds PDFs, invites attendees and defines the security and permissions (e.g., save or print PDF files). Only hosts or attendees with full control have the ability to generate a report of activity in the Record or finish the Session. The host does not need to be in the Session for other people to join and add markups. Once a Session starts, invited attendees can log in to the Session while it is active on the server.
You only need three things to participate in a Studio Session on Studio Enterprise:
You only need three things to participate in a Studio Project on Studio Enterprise:
You do not need to purchase a license of Revu to participate in a Studio Session or Project. Bluebeam Vu for Windows and iPad can be used. If you do not already have Revu installed, you can download a trial here. A Studio account must be created so the host can authorize you to participate in the Session or Project and so other attendees can identify you.
Your IT Administrator will determine the maximum number of users who can join a Studio Session.
Your IT Administrator will determine the maximum number of PDFs and file sizes allowed for a Studio Session.
The total size of markups per PDF can reach up to 1GB in size; however, your IT Administrator will determine the maximum markup size.
Similar to Projects hosted on the Bluebeam Server, there are no limits associated with Studio Projects.
You can join existing Studio Sessions created on your Studio Enterprise, as well as create new Sessions using Revu iPad You will need to purchase an SSL certificate from a certificate authority in order to configure Studio Enterprise on your iPad.
Studio Enterprise retains all Session data by default unless it is archived or deleted. Project files and their revision histories are also automatically saved. The server can be configured to remove deleted project files and revision histories.
You can set up default permissions for users when they create accounts. This gives you control over who can access the server, create Sessions and create Projects. These defaults can be applied to both your Active Directory users as well as users with specific email domains.
To learn more about Bluebeam Studio, click here.