I seem to get more terrain visible then I import. I'd like to use model properties extent to trim. I've tried inputting values in state plane as well as loading from file (tif & sdf). I get a message that the given extents does not intersectthe defined boundaries of the model coordinate system. Any suggestions?
I´m a newbie for sure, normally do architecture, but if make sure everything fit in your base data, with the core terrain data, tihings line up, and import nicely into perfecly!
I do my own geolocation files on sat data, in Qgis, aligned with the geotiff, or Dem so on.
If play buy the rules IM is a very powerful tool, I would love to se more of it in Civil3d, and Revit on the opposite side.
Test out the geolocations that work for your area, then alternative is do it yourself!, it´s fun to do in a weird way
IM will funk perfect if you take control of the core logic, don´t fight it he he.
I have to vote for most powerful software ever from the Lab.
I was not a fanboy, but is becomeing one.
You can force imported data to behave, but it´s not a smart sollution in the long run, if huge areas involved.
I can post a ver of Wellington offset by 10m, but perfect where I want it to be, pitfall later down the line.
Hmm... can you send me the file that you are working with along with a screencapture showing the area that you are trying to trim to? I suspect a bug here.
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Dear Chris, and everyone.
I'm a new user of IM.. And would like to know whether it's possible to trim the terrain from IM only? If so, how to do it Because I can not access to AutoCAD or Revit, or any other software.
Thank you in advance
At this time, it is not possible to trim the terrain in IM directly.
You could, however, set a project extent:
File --> Model Properties
This will allow you to set a rectangular extent for your model that constrains the generated model area. So your actual imported model data may be much larger, but the displayed extent of the model will be limited.
I hope this helps,
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