I would like to georeference a DWG layer using QGIS 3.
I have imported the DWG layer saved by Microsoft Office Visio Professional. After import I have a nice lookup like below.
The problem is, that I would like to plot this layer with an existing GeoTiff raster layer in QGIS.
I found some hints:
- Importing a georeferenced DWG/ DXF into QGIS
- Georeferencing vector layer with control points using QGIS?
and most of them indicate firstly the conversion to DXF or even SHP and next georeferencing.
I am not happy with that solution, because this DWG layer is good-looking and keeps all shapes and colourations the same as they appear in Visio.
Is there any way to georeference them similarly to the raster georeference in QGIS, where I can pick up some points from the maps and assign them to my DWG layer?
I am interested in the vector georeferencing in this case. I checked the Vector bender plugin, but it doesn't work this way.