There are two reasons AutoCAD inserts imagery at 0,0,0
- There is no accompanying world file (JGW).
When you export georeferenced imagery from MapBrowser, your export includes a JPG and a JGW file. Ensure you have both of these and that they are saved in the same location, with the same name.
- The imagery and world file are in a path that exceeds the AutoCAD path length.
AutoCAD has a file path limit. This includes the file name and the save location. For example:
If you have saved the imagery in a directory file that exceeds the path length in AutoCAD then it will be unable to read the world file. We recommend moving the file to your home directory (root or c:/) and try again.
Refer also to: Using a Georeferenced Image