Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a new image, part of AutoCAD Raster Design Essential Training.
- The first really cool thing in raster design is…we don't need to go find an image file…to have an image in AutoCAD.…We can make a brand new one from scratch.…What I want to do here is start a new drawing…and create a blank image.…Then I'd like to add some vector shapes…and change them over to raster.…So to get started, let's jump into AutoCAD.…On the Startup dialog under Get Started,…let's click Start Drawing.…Now what I'd like to do is on the Insert & Write tab,…I'd like to go ahead and click on the New button.…
Now in the New Image Properties,…the Color Type, I want to keep it as Bitonal.…Remember, we discussed the differences earlier.…The Image Properties, I can go with…the width and height of 3,000 pixels.…That's about 10 inches.…Well, it's exactly 10 inches.…Pixels per inch will be 300.…Remember, 300 pixels and up…is considered high resolution.…Let's just click OK.…If you double-click on your wheel button,…you'll zoom extents.…Or if we zoom way out on the Manage & View tab,…if you click on the Zoom to Extents button here,…
- Inserting images
- Creating new images
- Creating image masks
- Managing images
- Editing images
- Creating REM regions and primitives
- Recognizing and vectorizing text
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1. Insert and Write
2. Manage View and Correlate
3. Editing Images
4. Raster Entity Manipulation (REM)
5. Vectorize and Recognize Text
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