If you want to edit a raster file in your CAD program, you first have to convert it to a vector file. RasterVect does just that, transforming paper drawings or raster images into a vector format. Raster images can be imported by scanning original paper drawings. There is TWAIN and WIA support for importing from all scanners. The target vector formats (DXF, WMF, EMF, AI and EPS) are supported by most CAD applications that use vector graphics, such as Corel Draw, Adobe Illustrator, AutoCAD. There are viewing tools like scrolling, zooming and color selection. Features: Recognizes orthogonal and inclined lines, arcs and circles; Has four various conversion methods (outlines, centerlines etc); Has modes ORTHO, SNAP and OSNAP; Forms correct corners at crossing lines, arcs and circles; Keeps scale of an initial drawing; Can correct a turn angle of an initial raster drawing; Has despeckle filters; Can recognize color images or transform their to black-and-white for the subsequent recognition; Has Macros and Batch Mode; Has raster and vector editing features; Supports various raster formats, such as BMP, GIF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, and so on; has own combined (raster+vector) format. Designed to work on all Windows platforms, RasterVect saves a lot of time. It's a replacement for traditional tracing and digitizing. It does provide a way to getting a paper drawings into your CAD program for quick and easy editing.
Reviewing 9.5 (Apr 4, 2005)
The Shareware restrictions are unacceptable. Sorry, but therfore I give only 1 point.
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