dear rhino-user,

 

I want to import a jpg. data file into rhino. can somebody tell me how it works? I used the command import and open and I've tried it also with a pdf. data file but it didn't work too.

It would be nice if somebody could help me.

 

Thanks a lot

 

 

 

 

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Hi,

 

You can import it as background with the _BackgroundBitmap command

Thanks for your answer Sebastian!

 

unfortunately I can't find it. Can you please tell me where this command is to find in rhino?

Thanks o lot for your help.

Right click on 'Top' in the left top of the 'Top' view port  a mneu open bring mouse arrow on  'Background Bitmap' another mneu open

choose 'Place" then a window open to choose your bitmap click open point the mouse where you want to place the bitmap  on view port ground and drag for the size of bitmap you want

For remooving rpeat same from beganing and choose 'Remove' and same for resizing bitmap

Also by typing 'Background Bitmap' in the comand line then pressing 'Enter' and folow the options apear in comand line by clicking th 'Place' to place the image....... and so

hi tarig,

thank you for your exact explanation. now i found it :)

you are welcome any time
I like to use the Pictureframe command rather than background bitmap. Pictureframe allows you to bring in a photo as a surface that can be easily scaled, rotated, etc. Give it a try.

Hi Ken,

we are all begainers we answer as much we know, and thank you for this command first time I know about it

once again thank you.

Hi Tariq, I am glad it was helpful. We were all beginners at one time and many people have helped me along the way. I am only trying to pass the knowledge on. Keep learning my friend and never give up!

Hi Ken,

can you tell me where i can find this command?

Thanks for your help!

 

Ken Sanders said:

I like to use the Pictureframe command rather than background bitmap. Pictureframe allows you to bring in a photo as a surface that can be easily scaled, rotated, etc. Give it a try.
just type in picture frame and you should get it

If you want to find it in tool bars: right  click on 'Surface from 3 or 4 Corner Points'  tool icon another tool window opens once more right click on 'Rectangular Plane: Corner to Corner'  tool icon one more tool window open now left click on the 'Picture Frame' tool the one with red and green color.

 

 

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