I think Basejump works very well.
In the next release, it should be useful to add Proxy informations, like in WMS and WFS connections...
PS: read my Blog article on Basejump Project
OK. I got it to work in one drawing, but when I try to add it to another it's a no-go.
How can I get it to work in a specific county? I'm doing what it says but it really doesn't ask you much about location and specifics.
I really like this - the clairity of the image is very sharp. My problems that I am having when plotted landscape I loose the image clarity but portrait it's fine - very strange. I also will have more than one viewport of a different area but when plotted the views are exactly the same - another strange senario. Has anyone else noticed this??
I have installed the application several times and it still does not show on my mapconnect options. Any ideas? I have windows 7 64 bit.
This may be a Proxy problem.
You can follow this solution:
Giovanni from Italy
See my Blog on Autodesk Infrastructure solutions: www.bimacademy.it/gis
How do you generate contours, button is always grayed; see attached.
You cannot, the Bing's one is a plain raster, not a Dem...
Considering that ESRI ArcGIS has had access to Bing Maps since it was called Virtual Earth, I think this is a great addition to Map3D and has been a much needed . There is always going to be hiccups to work out but I hope that Autodesk can add this feature to the product permanently. Cloud based services is becoming the trend in GIS and Autodesk should keep up with the times.
Great work by getting us this preview in the labs. No compliants from me. It works!
First of all "This is a very nice feature." This works very easy and fast. Now the down site. The imagery is not very accurate. We had issues with Google Earth imagery accurecy and hoped the Bing imagery would solve this. But no.
As you can see the buildings are way out of line (magenta line). Infact there is a shift of 185 by -300 meters.
Do I do something wrong here? I'm using a drawing with the NetherlandsRDNew coordinate system, same for the shape.