Import Picture.- With this command you will be able to import images and pictures (previously saved BMP files). These images will be background pictures and images for your program window. You can display an image by double-clicking the filename of a bitmap (BMP).
Many programs and computer applications (AutoCad, 3d Studio, ArcView,...) export BMP files. You will be able to load pictures and images generated by these programs.
The displayed image size will depend on the size that had when it was saved. If it is necessary, modify the picture size before loading the image (for example, you can use windows Paint, Adobe Photoshop,… ). You will be able to load BMP maps generated by AutoCad.
Bitmaps and scanned maps must be loaded into memory and then adapted to the program scale (we will make use of the Scale command). The X-Axis width (meters) in the program window can be easily changed to be able to compare both images (simulation results and background maps). Then, the X-Axis width (in meters) of the imported map and the X-Axis width (in meters) of the program window match together. The imported images are not stored physically in the simulation process. Terrain elevations (represented on the imported map) don’t interact in the simulation process. We haven't the possibility to zoom an imported map with the Zoom command. This command only acts in the calculation process. If it is necessary, zoom the map before loading the image.
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