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Raster Design

Product Description

Raster to vector tools in AutoCAD® Raster Design software can help you convert raster images into DWG™ objects. Edit, enhance, and maintain scanned drawings and plans in a familiar AutoCAD environment.

System Requirements

ProSoft Recommended Hardware
System requirements for AutoCAD Raster Design Operating System:
  • Microsoft® Windows® 7 SP1 with Update KB4019990(32-bit & 64-bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update KB2919355(32-bit & 64-bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update (64-bit only) (version 1607 or higher)
Processor: Basic: 2.5–2.9 GHz processor. Recommended: 3+ GHz processor. Memory: Basic: 8 GB Recommended: 16 GB. Display Resolution: Conventional Displays:1920 x 1080 with True Color. High Resolution & 4K Displays: Resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 supported on Windows 10, 64 bit systems (with capable display card) Display Card: Basic: 1 GB GPU with 29 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant. Recommended: 4 GB GPU with 106 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant. Disk Space: 6.0 GB. Browser: Google Chrome™ Network:
  • Deployment via Deployment Wizard.
  • The license server and all workstations that will run applications dependent on network licensing must run TCP/IP protocol.
  • Either Microsoft® or Novell TCP/IP protocol stacks are acceptable. Primary login on workstations may be Netware or Windows.
  • In addition to operating systems supported for the application, the license server will run on the Windows Server® 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, and Windows 2008 R2 Server editions.
  • Citrix® XenApp™ 7.6, Citrix® XenDesktop™ 7.6.
Additional Requirements for large datasets, point clouds, and 3D modeling: Memory:       8 GB RAM or more. Disk Space:6 GB free hard disk available, not including installation requirements. Display Card:1920 x 1080 or greater True Color video display adapter; 128 MB VRAM or greater; Pixel Shader 3.0 or greater; Direct3D®-capable workstation class graphics card. Note: 64-bit Operating Systems are recommended if you are working with large datasets, point clouds and 3D modeling and required if you are using Model Documentation or Point Clouds.