AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 Unwrapped Video

AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 Unwrapped Video

AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 Unwrapped Video

AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 Unwrapped Video

AutoCAD Civil 3D2013 Unwrapped video shows you a few new features of AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013.

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2 comments on “AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 Unwrapped Video
  1. Brian Jones says:

    Hi Eric, Interesting stuff on the new features 2013 C3D especially lack of google earth import. I find just overlaying the google earth image manually on a mesh satisfactory and in colour as the import function in 2012 only allows a black and white image only – probably due to licensing issues. We use a commercial licensed version of GE on a remote server to access the image which doesn’t link up to c3d unless you have any tips on this. May I ask what your views on using Autodesk Vault are as we are currently looking at working using Sharepoint only for producing and controlling C3d data.

    • Profile photo of EricColburn EricColburn says:

      Hello Brian,

      Not really a great solution, but for those who miss Google Earth functionality they can use an older AutoCAD Civil 3D version, save the file and then open that file in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013. Obviously, this won’t work for new/first time purchasers starting at 2013. Long term, I’d find other available GIS images to use.

      Years ago, I briefly used Autodesk Vault. At that time I also used Sharepoint… both instances, I moved away from both technologies, migrating towards simpler, less IT intensive solutions. However, lately I’ve been thinking about setting up Vault to test it out again. Have you used Vault, and do you like it?