Blog : Export

13
JUN.19
Two ways to bring your drawings or maps to Google Earth

Google Earth is one of the most popular platforms for 2D and 3D visualization of spatial and geographic information, not only because it is free and very accessible to any non-expert user, but also because of the included tools... more


21
MAY.19
New write functionality for GML export

Until now you could import GML files containing multiple types of element into AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD drawings. From ‘Spatial Manager 5.2’ you can also export any objects from your drawing to structured GML files through the same export wizard... more


07
MAY.19
Replaying any export process

The Export functionality in ‘Spatial Manager’ is one of the most advanced application tools that allows you to write in geo-spatial data containers (files like Shapefiles, KML, GML, etc., or databases like PostGIS or SQL Server) objects of your... more


05
MAR.19
Getting the Z-coordinate from label contents

While ‘Spatial Manager’ allows you to handle any type of 3D information and therefore export 3D-point tables from your drawing or map, there are times when the points Z-coordinate information is in a label form. Here you will find... more


27
MAY.18
Export and import Hatches properties

For designers and users of geographic information in all its scope, the use of different shapes and sizes of polygonal fills allows to quickly and visually differentiate areas of a map that represent different phenomena, conditions or status: population... more


15
MAY.18
Reducing images size when Publishing to Google Earth

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... more