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Raster Design
This training manual focuses on the tools for overlaying, editing, and plotting raster images in combination with vector information from AutoCAD. Raster Design provides raster display, image enhancement, and plotting capabilities for satellite imagery, scanned aerial photographs, or color TIFF images within AutoCAD. Overlay photographic images behind maps, plan and profile sheets, and other construction documents for site feasibility studies, GIS, presentation drawings, and more. Learn editing tools to locate, draw, erase, and change raster as easily as vector.
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Overview
Includes a 29-page online manual and four instructional videos. This training manual focuses on the tools for overlaying, editing, and plotting raster images in combination with vector information from AutoCAD. Raster Design provides raster display, image enhancement, and plotting capabilities for satellite imagery, scanned aerial photographs, or color TIFF images within AutoCAD. Overlay photographic images behind maps, plan and profile sheets, and other construction documents for site feasibility studies, GIS, presentation drawings, and more. Raster Design also allows editing of raster images. “Heads-up” digitizing improves speed and accuracy. Scanned drawings may be converted completely to AutoCAD files or partially revised and plotted as hybrid raster/vector drawings. Learn editing tools to locate, draw, erase, and change raster as easily as vector.
Recommended prerequisites:
AutoCAD Level I and II.

Topics
Learn editing tools to locate, erase, and change raster as easily as vector. Rubbersheeting tools facilitate more exact georeferencing. Overlay photographic images behind maps, plan and profile sheets, and other construction documents for site feasibility studies, presentation drawings, GIS, and more. Use the Palette Manager to change the colors of the image like layers in an AutoCAD drawing. "Heads-up" digitizing improves speed and accuracy. Line following routines can be used for automated conversion of contour data. Text recognition routines convert raster text to AutoCAD text objects. Scanned drawings may be converted completely to AutoCAD vectors or partially revised and plotted as hybrid raster/vector drawings.

Table of Contents

1. About Raster and Vector
2. Raster Design File Management
3. Inserting and Managing Images
4. Manipulating the Image
5. Tracing Vector Entities Over Raster Imagers
6. Editing Raster Images
7. Saving Raster and Vector Files
8. Plotting
9. Automatic Line Following
10. Videos

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