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BMP; WLD & Resolution - Quite the challenge

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10-15-2003 07:08 AM
I am trying to export/save a BMP or JPG for use as a background on a handheld GPS. (I have never worked with images out before) The tricks: 1) The handheld will only accept a JPG or BMP for a background file. No DXF. 2) I need to JPGOUT or BMPOUT, I get this, but does ACAD Raster or other create a "World File" for JPG or BMP, I wrote a WLD manually, but don't want to have to do this everytime. 3) Is there a way to increase the BMPOUT resolution or DPI. I am working with several sq. miles and the background file is so ?pixlated? at each waypoint it isn't much help. Summary - I have output that works, however I am pretty sure that my ignorance has taken me down the most difficult path and hope that I can sharpen my image. Thank-you for help in advance.
*Daley, Phil
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Re: BMP; WLD & Resolution - Quite the challenge

10-19-2003 11:29 PM in reply to: kscivilpe
On Wed, 15 Oct 2003 15:08:56 -0700, kscivilpe wrote:

>I am trying to export/save a BMP or JPG for use as a background on a handheld GPS.
(I have never worked with images out before) The tricks: 1) The
handheld will only accept a JPG or BMP for a background file. No DXF.
2) I need to JPGOUT or BMPOUT, I get this, but does ACAD Raster or
other create a "World File" for JPG or BMP, I wrote a WLD manually,
but don't want to have to do this everytime. 3) Is there a way to
increase the BMPOUT resolution or DPI. I am working with several sq.
miles and the background file is so ?pixlated? at each waypoint it
isn't much help. Summary - I have output that works, however I am
pretty sure that my ignorance has taken me down the most difficult
path and hope that I can sharpen my image. Thank-you for help in
advance.

Image Export has the option to create a world file on the image
export. There is also IWORLDOUT, which just saves the world file

IDENSITY can change the density of the image.

Phil Daley

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