AutoCAD Raster Design General Discussion

AutoCAD Raster Design General Discussion

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LeafRiders
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Raster Design 2011 - Merging and Exporting .sid files

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01-27-2011 12:55 PM

I new this couldn't be as easy as it seemed initially.

 

I merge 6 .sid files into one within Civil 3D / Raster Design 2011. Now the hard part... How do I export or save the image as a .sid file. I've tried the save as... option and the export option and no options are available except converting the .sid back to a tiff / junk.

 

Any help or insight would be appreciated. Please don't ask for computer specs because that isn't the problem here, haha.

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jdeschulthess
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Re: Raster Design 2011 - Merging and Exporting .sid files

02-16-2011 11:25 AM in reply to: LeafRiders

I don't think you can export as a single sid file.

 

The information below was taken from Raster Design 2011.

That table shows that sid files are read only.

 

Image Formats Supported by Raster Design

Read-Write

Read Only

bitmap (BMP)

CALS

DOQ

DTED

DEM

GeoTIFF

ECW

ESRI Grid

GIF

JFIF - JPEG

FLIC

Generic multispectral

JPEG 2000

PCX

GeoSPOT

GIF

PNG

TARGA

 

IG4

IKONOS (8- or 16-bit)

TIFF

 

 

Landsat FAST L7A

NITF

 

 

 

PICT

QuickBird TIFF

  

RLC

RLC2

SID (MrSID)

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