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Geographical Location Command

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Rochel

Hi Everyone,

 

I am having  a problem using the command in geological location command.

is it possible to set the actual location of my project in google map using this command?

 

I don't have access to plex earth. Please help me to enlighten.

 

Thank you,

 

 

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rkmcswain

Are you wanting to have google earth zoom to the location of the drawing that you have in AutoCAD?

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Rochel

Hi,

 

I wanted to put the google earth in my AutoCAD plan.

But the thing is I cannot set the google earth in my plan, it always give the wrong location.

Is it possible without using any additional software like Plex Earth etc.?

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rkmcswain

Civil 3D 2012 (I think) was the last version that had commands to directly import aerial imagery from Google Earth.

Now plex.earth and cad-earth are 3rd party tools for doing this. Both are inexpensive and you'll probably spend more billable time trying to figure out and executing another way, IMO.

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enthub

you could try to put 2 point of reference on google earth save the image,scale and align it  based on the cordinate of your plan?

but remember there's slight accurate depend on the point where you pick reference.

 

 

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BIGAL

If you can get a jpg that also has a geo reference file .jjgw

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