Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Using rubbersheets, part of AutoCAD Raster Design Essential Training.
- This one's strange but effective.…Basically, what the Rubber Sheet does is,…when a scanned image gets distorted,…we can pick a bunch of points to get the distorted image…back to where we want it.…So, what you do is, bring in a raster image,…line it up as best you can with either existing line work…or another image.…Then you need to pick a series of two points.…The first point you pick is where the distorted point is,…the second point is where the distorted point should be.…
Do this in several places around the image,…and it should mold the image back to its undistorted state.…The reason we do this is we can't scale it up or down,…because that's not going to work.…We need to move different pieces of the image…to different areas.…So, we're going to bring in an image over some line work,…then we're going to create a series of two point clicks…to get the distorted image back to reality.…So, what I want to do is jump into my Rubber Sheet drawing.…This contains an image, and it contains some line work.…
The problem is, I want to get this closer to 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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