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How to Free transform images and vector lines in AI?

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Apr 12, 2020

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I have a set of images and linework that were exported from a 3d model. I need to adjust the perspective distortion of the image and lines at the same time so that once I take the images into photoshop I can have the linework overlaid perfectly to the newly distortion corrected images. So i need the distortion correction applied to both the images and the lines. I can do exatly what I need seperatly-i can free transform the lines to be corrected but this does not work with the embedded images and then in photoshop I can use the camera raw filter to correct the lines easily but doing the linework directly in PS requires the use of a smart filter. 

Is there a way to manipulate both image and vector at the same time with the same outcome?

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Best you can do that I know of is to use envelope distort to distort the placed images

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M8P6lhRnwg

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How to Free transform images and vector lines in AI?

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I have a set of images and linework that were exported from a 3d model. I need to adjust the perspective distortion of the image and lines at the same time so that once I take the images into photoshop I can have the linework overlaid perfectly to the newly distortion corrected images. So i need the distortion correction applied to both the images and the lines. I can do exatly what I need seperatly-i can free transform the lines to be corrected but this does not work with the embedded images and then in photoshop I can use the camera raw filter to correct the lines easily but doing the linework directly in PS requires the use of a smart filter. 

Is there a way to manipulate both image and vector at the same time with the same outcome?

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Correct answer by MikeGondek | Adobe Community Professional

Best you can do that I know of is to use envelope distort to distort the placed images

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M8P6lhRnwg

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The long answer is no.

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Best you can do that I know of is to use envelope distort to distort the placed images

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M8P6lhRnwg

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