There are a number of file types that can be imported into or exported from a Chief Architect plan file; 2D CAD files, images, PDF files, and 3D symbols can all be imported into a plan file. Similarly, 2D CAD versions, high res images, and 3D models of your plan can all be exported.
Consider migrating some of your settings forward into the latest version of Chief Architect.
After importing a symbol it is sometimes necessary to adjust stretch planes, offsets, bounding box, rotation or other settings to have it insert into the plan correctly.
Import a photograph of blueprints in to Chief Architect in order to trace over them to create a plan.
Learn where to find the Energy data in Chief Architect and how to export that data to ResCheck.
Specify pixels per inch and final image sizes, even sizes larger than your screen resolution for exported pictures.
This video covers how to minimize the surface count and texture size of your plan in preparation for an export from Chief Architect desktop software and import into the mobile 3D viewer.
Create notes in Chief Architect that you can then export to a 3D Viewer model.
This video shows the process of exporting a plan from Chief Architect Premier into the Chief Architect 3D Viewer Cloud, managing your plans in the cloud, and sharing those plans with your clients.