Blog : Export

25
JAN.21
Shortcuts: How to use them

As in other applications, and the operating system itself, the Shortcuts in ‘Spatial Manager’ (AutoCAD, BricsCAD, ZWCAD, GstarCAD and Desktop) are the way you can reference any folder into a physical or network drive, or the drive itself, and allows... more


18
NOV.20
Geospatial direct Exporting

Inside one of the most important ‘Spatial Manager’ functionalities, the Import/Export of geospatial data, has recently been included a new option in order to exporting directly from a data source to any other target. This new function avoids the previous... more


20
APR.20
Shapefiles (SHP) Multi-class export

Shapefiles (SHP), despite being a standard in GIS, are files with a simple structure that do not support different types of graphic objects in a single file. This requires multiple export processes when you want to export Points, Lines, Polygons,... more


16
MAR.20
Exporting 3D to Google Earth (KML, KMZ)

Although you can find several examples in this Blog where you can see how to export 3D objects to Google Earth basing their altitudes on an attached data or on their constant Z elevation, you can also export native 3D... more


05
NOV.19
Geodata from AutoCAD, BricsCAD, ZWCAD to AutoCAD Map

It is becoming more and more essential to transfer information added to graphic objects and not just their geometries. Many ‘Spatial Manager’ users ask us how best to exchange geo data between CAD applications and AutoCAD Map. Given the data... more


17
SEP.19
Road and street profiles from your DWGs or maps

Google Earth includes a little-known function that allows you to analyze the elevation profiles of roads, streets, highways, railways, paths, etc. polylines. The tools for export/publish to KML or KMZ files from your flat 2D (or 3D) drawings and maps... more