Imageadjust command in AutoCAD – Adjust the brightness of image

Imageadjust command in AutoCAD – Adjust the brightness of image

The way to start Imageadjust command in AutoCAD

Imageadjust command in AutoCAD
Imageadjust command in AutoCAD

Imageadjust command adjusts the display of brightness, contrast and fade of the selected images.

  • imageadjust¿
  • Select image(s): select the images to adjust, the dialog box Image Adjust appears. The original value of brightness, constrast is 50, max is 100, fade=0.
  • Move the cursor on the scroll bar in the dialog box to change the values of brightness.

Press OK

Imageadjust command in AutoCAD
Imageadjust command in AutoCAD
Brightness, Contrast = 50, fade = 0
Brightness, Contrast = 50, fade = 0
Brightness = 43, Contrast = 93, fade = 14
Brightness = 43, Contrast = 93, fade = 14
  • Note:

You can start –imageadjust command by the command prompt line.

  • Imageadjust

– Select image(s): select one or more images to adjust
– Select image(s): ¿

– Enter image option [Contrast/Fade/Brightness] <Brightness>:¿ Enter C or F or press Enter to adjust the brightness

– Enter brightness value (0-100) <50>: ¿ Enter a value of brightness

– Adjust brightness, contrast, and fade of the image

1. Click Modify menu Object Image Adjust. Enter imageadjust command
2. Choose the image to adjust
3. In the display Image Adjust, adjust brightness, contrast and fade. Use the suitable cursor or enter a value.

The default value for brightness and contrast is 50. You can adjust to maximum brightness 100 or to minimum 0. The default value of fade is 0, maximum fade = 100.

4. Press OK

Good luck!

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