Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Merging images, part of AutoCAD Raster Design Essential Training.
- So, we can actually combine images…in AutoCAD Raster Design.…Awesome right?…Nothing like having a bunch of stray images…mucking up our drawing.…By inserting a couple images we're gonna…tell Raster Design to combine those images…into one happy family and delete the old one.…So, lets get started.…Lets jump into AutoCAD,…lets click on Start Drawing right here,…lets go to Insert and we'll do a quick insert.…Lets grab Architectural First Floor…and lets hit Open.…
Lets go ahead and insert again.…Lets grab First Floor Area B.…This time lets go Insertion Dialog.…Lets hit Open.…I'm gonna pick.…I'm gonna pick the end point right here.…Then I'm gonna hit Enter, then Enter again.…I have two images inserted, I'm gonna click Okay.…Now, these two images I want combined.…So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna click…the drop down on the Edit panel.…
Notice we have a bunch of icons that were hidden.…For Merge Options lets click the drop down,…lets expand image if necessary and we…won't create a new Raster image.…What we'll do is we'll embed it into one.…
- 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
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4. Raster Entity Manipulation (REM)
5. Vectorize and Recognize Text
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