Arqcom CAD-Earth 4.1.9
Arqcom CAD-Earth 4.1.9: A Powerful Tool for Importing and Exporting Images, Objects and Terrain Meshes between Google Earth and CAD Programs
Google Earth is a popular application that allows users to explore the world in 3D, with satellite imagery, maps, terrain, and more. However, if you are a CAD user, you may want to use Google Earth data in your projects, or vice versa. For example, you may want to import an image from Google Earth as a background for your design, or export your 3D model to Google Earth as a placemark or an overlay. How can you do that easily and accurately?
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The answer is Arqcom CAD-Earth, a software that is designed to easily import/export images, objects and terrain meshes between Google Earth and major CAD programs, such as AutoCAD and BricsCAD. With CAD-Earth, you can enhance your CAD projects with georeferenced data from Google Earth, and create stunning presentations of your 3D models in Google Earth.
What are the features of Arqcom CAD-Earth 4.1.9?
Arqcom CAD-Earth 4.1.9 is the latest version of the software, released in 2023. It has many features that make it a powerful tool for importing and exporting data between Google Earth and CAD programs. Here are some of the main features:
Import Google Earth image to CAD: You can import images from major service providers in different resolutions and image modes, such as aerial, road map, or hybrid. You can also preview the image before importing it to ensure it is positioned correctly.
Export CAD objects to Google Earth: You can export points, lines, polylines, arcs, circles, hatches, 3D solids, regions, meshes or polymeshes to Google Earth as placemarks or image overlays. You can also export text and mtext objects as placemark tags.
Import Google Earth objects to CAD: You can import placemarks, paths or polygons from Google Earth to CAD as points, polylines or polygons.
Export CAD screenshot to Google Earth: You can export a screenshot of your CAD drawing to Google Earth as an image overlay.
Import Google Earth terrain: You can import a terrain mesh from any part of the world to CAD as a 3D surface or a set of 3DFaces.
Preview position of entities in a map: You can preview the position of selected drawing entities in a map when selecting a coordinate system to georeference your drawing.
Insert georeferenced images: You can accurately place an image world file with spatial data in your drawing, applying XY scale and translation transformations.
Slope Zone Analysis: You can perform slope zone analysis on a terrain mesh by defining slope ranges and colors. You can also get a slope zone legend showing slope range percentages and areas by color.
Create video animations: You can create awesome video animations by defining camera position and view direction, speed and pause time. You can also export the animation to an AVI file or upload it to YouTube.
Cut/Fill Volume Calculations: You can get cut/fill volume calculations by selecting polygon points on the surface or by using an existing polyline or mesh in the drawing.
View the surface by elevation/slope ranges: You can display the mesh with colors according to defined elevation and slope ranges.
Display instant contour lines: You can display contour lines by defining contour colors and the gap between them.
New! Export 3D models to Google Earth: You can export 3D models from AutoCAD, Civil 3D and BricsCAD to Google Earth as image overlays or 3D models.
New! Import 3D models from files: You can import 3D models from DAE, 3DS, FBX, and OBJ files to AutoCAD, Civil 3D and BricsCAD.
New! Terrain mesh commands: You can edit, import, create and visualize terrain meshes with various commands.
New! Earthwork volume commands: You can get cut/fill volume calculations by the grid method and volume reports in Excel format.
How to download and install Arqcom CAD-Earth 4.1.9?
To download and install Arqcom CAD-Earth 4.1.9, you need to follow these steps:
Close Google Earth and any CAD program that may be running on your system.
Download the executable file (.exe) for your CAD program from the official website.
Run the executable file and follow the screen instructions.
Restart your computer.
Open your CAD program. CAD-Earth should appear in the toolbar or ribbon. It will also show as a shortcut on your Windows desktop.
You can use the CAD-Earth demo version for 30 days, with some limitations. The demo version has a limit of 500 points when importing a terrain mesh from Google Earth, and only 10 objects can be imported to or exported to Google Earth. Also, all images imported to or exported to Google Earth have CAD-Earth Demo Version text watermark lines.
To use the CAD-Earth registered version, you need to purchase a license from the official website. The registered version can process any number of points and objects, and the images dont have text watermark lines. Once purchased, you can convert the demo to a registered version by applying an activation key.
Arqcom CAD-Earth 4.1.9 is a powerful tool for importing and exporting images, objects and terrain meshes between Google Earth and major CAD programs. It has many features that can enhance your CAD projects with georeferenced data from Google Earth, and create stunning presentations of your 3D models in Google Earth. You can download and install the software from the official website, and use it for 30 days as a demo version, or purchase a license to use it as a registered version. If you are a CAD user who wants to use Google Earth data in your projects, or vice versa, you should definitely try Arqcom CAD-Earth 4.1.9.