I am a fairly new user of the Map 3D. We have a map created for our city with all our utilites, zoning, etc. plotted out and we have some very old aerial imagery attached to it.
Just a few months ago, Pictometry flew some new hi-res imagery for me. I have individual ortho tiles and one large ortho-mosaic. When I try to install the imagery, it doesn't line up anywhere close to where it should be on the map. How can I go about getting my imagery and my map lined up?
Thanks for any help
I'll keep messing around with that command
As first attempt, I'd try to line up the imagery to the vector, by means of the simple _ALIGN command.
Afterwards, I'd run the "fine tuning" of the powerful _ADERSHEET routine.
Be careful of the rubbersheeting or that command. Do a save of the dwg before you use it and saveas after each move or edit. I have seen too many users end up with trash and no way to get back to the original work.
My current base map doesn't appear to have any coordinate system applied to it. It must just be "floating in space".
My ortho imagery (tiles and mosaic) are in .ecw fomat. (Though I think I can convert them if need be).
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