I'm a new user to Xara and to graphics program in general. I'm using Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 2013 and wish to convert a JPEG image (my company logo) so that it's a PNG file with full transparency. how (or if) I can do this.
Is there a simple way to convert a JPEG type image to DXF/DWG? A friend wants me to have an image laser cut into sheet metal to create a fire ring. I received the image in a jpeg format. There has to be an easier way to create the geometry then me importing the image into AC and tracing it. Below is the image.
Goal of the task : I need the area of different type of soil. I have an image of these different soil, but I need to create a polygon manualy for each and every one of these. This is to calculate the runoff coefficient of a watershed.
As they are different by their colors (blue = lake, green = forest, etc), I would like to know if it is possible to convert these image to have an polygon usable in autocad, where I can calculate the area of each type of cover.
I am having trouble inserting a JPEG image in Inventor 2011 LT drawing (DWG) file. The Image button on Insert panel under Manage tab is always disabled. I am able to bring in the image using Insert Object feature and selecting 'create from file' option. Although the resulting image looks OK on the screen, it looks inverted and distorted when printed.
I am facing the same problem when I try to insert image in a dwg sketch, however, the process works as expected on part sketches.
So I am making digital color prints at 24x30. the photography work is about color fields and gradients, so I need super high res files. I have set the size to 24000x30000 pix at 1000 dpi..now my problem, when i go to save the gimp file as a jpeg i get this error message "JPEG image plug-in could not save image"
I am trying to find a way to save my image file as a jpeg and add -web or -print to the existing file name. This way I can easily see which files are lower resolution for web posting or high resolution for printing.
I am trying to edit the elevation of a JPEG image I have brought into my C3D 2010 file as an xref - I essentially want to 'drape' the image over the existing ground surface I have created to use for presentation purposes i.e. to show how our road layout is predominantly located along the ridge lines of the site.
Typically for other file types I would perform the following steps (using the classic toolbar): Grading > Edit Feature Line Elevations > Elevations from Surface > Select the existing ground surface > select object.
I don't seem to have the ability to select my jpeg xref using this approach... how else can I perform this task?
I have this huge dwg file. Every time I try to use the print to PDF option my image is completely distorted when it is converted to PDF. All of the detail in the image becomes big solid black lines. Is there a way that I can convert the dwg file into a pdf file without distorting the image.
Is There any way to Merge Image file With Drawing File ? I Have a Topo Sheet Which i am Inserted in Drawing File . Now the Problem is i am sending Drawing file to My Client Office Via Email . The Toposheet File Sized Is Nearly 150 MB . Is there any way to Combine Image and Drawing File.
Can you download a Google Docs Drawing file as a file.svg type And then import it to CorelDraw and convert it to a bunch of CorelDraw vector based lines that can be modified like any other CorelDraw line drawing?
BTW, this is a drawing of a character and is simply b&w lines & shapes on a white background.Line widths vary in the original and we want to be able to modify them even more using all the tools in CorelDraw.
I was able to open the .svg file with CorelDraw but when attempting to 'Edit' a line in the drawing I couldn't change the line width... so it isn't behaving like a CorelDraw vector drawing.
I am trying to open this image [URL] ... that I downloaded the full sized image and it doesn't matter how many times I download it or open it in Gimp it shows up in Gimp corrupt and gives me the error "premature end of jpeg file" but Windows Photo Viewer views the image just fine! what is wrong when I open it in Gimp???
I have created an image on illusrator CS6 and am ready to save it.
I have saved it as a pdf format and the image stays as a sharp vector image and not blurry at all.
But I also want to keep the image as a jpeg. So when I go to export the image from illustrator CS6 as a jpeg, the end result comes out blurry and not sharp anymore, but more jagged on the edges of the image.
Is there anything I can do to keep my file as a jpeg with it staying as a sharp crisp image?