Metafiles consist of both raster and vector data. They are treated as vector files by Didger.
Didger 5 will bring in both the vector and raster components of the metafile, but it will not bring up the Image Registration and Warping dialog. There are a couple things you can do to calibrate a WMF in Didger 5:
- You can "calibrate" a metafile (or any other vector file) after it is imported by clicking Map | Coordinate Conversion, toggling the Georeference option, and entering your calibration points.
- If the metafile only consists of images and no vector data (or if you delete the vector data after it is imported), you can select the images and click Image | Mosaic to create a single image, then click Image | Image Registration and Warping to calibrate it. If the metafile comes in as a single image, you can go straight to Image | Image Registration and Warping.
Updated June 8, 2018