AutoCAD Map 3D General Discussion

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Maypo
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NAIP Aerials

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09-18-2008 10:11 AM
Is there a way to hide or mask the black borders that come in during a NAIP Photo image insertion?
I am trying to put together a map of three counties but the "frame" overlapping the borders covers up part of the image I am trying to butt up to.
I have used IMAGECLIP in the past but this is too large a task to use it now.
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JohnPM
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Registered: ‎04-29-2007
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Re: NAIP Aerials

09-18-2008 12:42 PM in reply to: Maypo
Did you try and turn your imageframes off. command : imageframe = 0

John
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Maypo
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Re: NAIP Aerials

09-18-2008 02:09 PM in reply to: Maypo
Yeah, I tried that to no avail. Tried a couple things in Raster as well.
Nothing yet.
I was able to do it in ArcMap so the challenge is solved for that product but not Autodesk yet. I'll continue to investigate.
Thanks John.
*Murph
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Re: NAIP Aerials

09-18-2008 03:00 PM in reply to: Maypo
Have you tried to make the "Black" border transparent?

Murph



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Is there a way to hide or mask the black borders that come in during a NAIP
Photo image insertion?
I am trying to put together a map of three counties but the "frame"
overlapping the borders covers up part of the image I am trying to butt up
to.
I have used IMAGECLIP in the past but this is too large a task to use it
now.
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JohnPM
Posts: 658
Registered: ‎04-29-2007
Message 5 of 5 (189 Views)

Re: NAIP Aerials

09-18-2008 04:52 PM in reply to: Maypo
I was surprised that with the imageframe set to 0 before import, it still did not work. I have had some images with gaps where the frame existed but they would not plot with gaps.

John
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