Raster geo-referenced image files are widely used by anyone working in GIS or Mapping environments because they can include orthophotos, scanned geographic areas or details, information overlays, etc. Although almost all CAD applications have tools for attaching raster images in your cartographic drawings, 'Spatial Manager for AutoCAD/BricsCAD/ZWCAD' adds significant functionality to all of them
Under certain conditions, displaying large images on 'Google Earth' may cause problems. These images can be replaced by a "cross" in order to indicate that the real image cannot be loaded on the map. Other times, images may be cropped and only a portion of them will be displayed. 'Spatial Manager' includes an option that can help you when Publishing from drawings to 'Google Earth'
Capturing raster images from Dynamic Background Maps in 'Spatial Manager' (CAD editions) allows you to generate static images (snapshots) from the current Map view. In the latest application update (v.4.2), this function has been improved in two ways
Although 'Publishing to Google Earth' from a drawing (AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD) is one of the most popular features among the 'Spatial Manager' users, very few are aware of the possibility of including attached images in the drawing as part of the elements to be published