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3 Ways to Use TIFF Images in AutoCAD Drawings

Import images to AutoCAD by building a custom workflow with FME’s drag-and-drop interface. You can also view CAD data over a basemap using the FME Data Inspector.

Vectorize a raster image

Convert a Raster to Polygons

Digitize a scanned map or other raster data by extracting vector features from the image.

Learn About Converting Raster to Vector in FME.

Drape an Image Over Geometry

Apply a texture as a material over your 2D or 3D data.

Learn How to Style Geometry in FME.

Drape an image over geometry
Use an image as a basemap

Use an Image as a Basemap

View your AutoCAD drawing in the FME Data Inspector over a custom basemap.

Learn About Basemaps in FME.


Need to apply rasters to your CAD files in some other way? Browse the FME Knowledge Center for tutorials or consult the FME community for tips.


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TIFF

The tagged image file format - TIFF - stores raster images and data. It is widely supported by many applications due to its flexibility and adaptability.

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