New answers tagged georeferencing
It is not possible for autocad (base) to understand georeferencing information in the tiff. If a colleague were to load the image for you with a projection and the georeferenced image into a drawing (using autocad map 3d), that drawing can be opened and used in autocad.
This doesn't directly address adding your image from a local source, but take a look at this free tool from ESRI to work with web services in AutoCAD. With this tool you can use many web services in AutoCAD directly--including imagery base maps. http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/arcgis-for-autocad
I do not know of any automatic projection algorithm or software that could master so many challanges and unknown parameters in one picture (extremely high panorama-induced distortion in the NW direction, unknown look angle and flight height of the sensor, unequal pixel size, interrupting elements in the picture and many, many others). The only thing you ...
You have to decide whether you want to enter coordinates in lat/lon, or from a background map with a projected CRS (e.g. in metres). For the first choice, you have to set the target CRS to WGS84 (EPSG:4326), and don't mix up lat and long values. For the second choice, the target CRS must be set to the same CRS as the project CRS. This can be different from ...
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