Its easy to export an FBX from 123D Catch, and open that in 3ds Max - you get cameras, yay. You can use FBXIMPORT in AutoCAD and you get the named views (cameras), yay.
However, I have not been able to find an equivalent process for Revit. At this point, I have to admit defeat.
My big idea was to convert the FBX into IFC with view information in the schema, and then open that IFC in Revit. Sadly, I kept coming up against problems. AutoCAD Architecture can import FBX and then export IFC, but the 3D views do not seem to come through.
One possible workaround would to compose your presentation in Showcase - you can export from Revit to Showcase, and you can also export an FBX from 123D and bring that into Showcase too. But I want a purely Revit way.
If you have any thoughts on how to make this happen, PLEASE comment :-)
Here is a list of links and notes that you may find useful. There are some really cool resources on IFC available now - read on below:
NOTES on FBX and IFC
Autodesk sign in is required on 123D Catch to actually activate the Export feature to allow exporting of FBX.
Explanation of the export formats available from 123D (formerly Photofly):
Camera Support - 3ds max and FBX
AutoCAD Architecture IFC export information
3D views can be export FROM Revit TO AutoCAD Architecture
List of IFC softwares, tools and viewers
IFC schema information for views (plans, sections, 3d views etc)
DDSViewer - can view DWG and IFC
- also a very easy way to open DWG and save as PDF!
To get a free version of the DDS Viewer, visit the ftp server and download DDSViewer.exe
IfcWebViewer - online web viewer for IFC using WebGL
Exporting cameras as .3ds files using Flame
Vectorworks and 3ds
Showcase can import views from FBX files
IFC to OBJ: