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*Stan Lacz
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Rotate .jpg in Revit

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06-13-2006 01:22 PM
A .jpg file was imported into Revit but when it is rotated it becomes a
black retangle. Any solution?
*Scott Davis
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Re: Rotate .jpg in Revit

06-13-2006 02:40 PM in reply to: *Stan Lacz
are you using Revit 9.0? before 9.0, you could only rotae JPGs in 90 degree
increments. 9.0 you can rotate to any angle

"Stan Lacz" wrote in message
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A .jpg file was imported into Revit but when it is rotated it becomes a
black retangle. Any solution?
*Stan Lacz
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Re: Rotate .jpg in Revit

06-13-2006 06:33 PM in reply to: *Stan Lacz
Yes, before .jpg was only 90° but with Revit 9 .jpg is to be rotated any °,
but this one .jpg turns into a black retangle when rotated. Why?

"Scott Davis" wrote in message
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are you using Revit 9.0? before 9.0, you could only rotae JPGs in 90 degree
increments. 9.0 you can rotate to any angle

"Stan Lacz" wrote in message
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A .jpg file was imported into Revit but when it is rotated it becomes a
black retangle. Any solution?
*Stan Lacz
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Re: Rotate .jpg in Revit

06-13-2006 07:00 PM in reply to: *Stan Lacz
Try rotating in Drafting view.
*Stan Lacz
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Re: Rotate .jpg in Revit

06-13-2006 07:15 PM in reply to: *Stan Lacz
"Stan Lacz" wrote in message
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Try rotating in Drafting view.
*J F
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Re: Rotate .jpg in Revit

06-13-2006 08:16 PM in reply to: *Stan Lacz
Stan Lacz wrote:
> "Stan Lacz" wrote in message
> news:5205304@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Try rotating in Drafting view.
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
I had this exact same problem. You need to reduce the resolution of your
.jpg file. In this case size does matter.

Joe
*Stan Lacz
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Re: Rotate .jpg in Revit

06-14-2006 12:11 PM in reply to: *Stan Lacz
The solution from Autodesk subscription was to bring the .jpg file into
Revit 9 and then export it as .jpg and then import the new .jpg file,
again. Worked like majic. The original file was somehow corrupted and this
method clean it up. The new .jpg can be rotated.

"J F" wrote in message
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Stan Lacz wrote:
> "Stan Lacz" wrote in message
> news:5205304@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Try rotating in Drafting view.
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
I had this exact same problem. You need to reduce the resolution of your
.jpg file. In this case size does matter.

Joe
*J F
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Re: Rotate .jpg in Revit

06-14-2006 05:42 PM in reply to: *Stan Lacz
Stan Lacz wrote:
> The solution from Autodesk subscription was to bring the .jpg file into
> Revit 9 and then export it as .jpg and then import the new .jpg file,
> again. Worked like majic. The original file was somehow corrupted and this
> method clean it up. The new .jpg can be rotated.
>
> "J F" wrote in message
> news:5205355@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Stan Lacz wrote:
>> "Stan Lacz" wrote in message
>> news:5205304@discussion.autodesk.com...
>> Try rotating in Drafting view.
>>
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
> I had this exact same problem. You need to reduce the resolution of your
> .jpg file. In this case size does matter.
>
> Joe
That's an interesting solution. I simply made the file smaller (it was
rather huge 12Mb). I wonder if it was corrupted and reducing it
un-corrupted it, or whether it was too large a file? At least now I have
more than one solution to try if it happens again.

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