I have previously georeferenced some .png raster images in ArcGIS 10.2.2, and could like to import them into QGIS. When I tried doing this, the raster would load, but it was not georeferenced. Any suggestions on how I can accomplish this? (And yes, all the relevant files from ArcMap are in the folder, as I moved the entire folder to the new computer with QGIS). QGIS and ArcGIS use two different file extensions for a .PNG image’s world file. When you georeference a PNG in ArcGIS, it generates a .PGWX file containing the spatial information for the PNG. QGIS uses the extension .PNGW instead. You can just rename your image’s .PGWX files to .PNGW files and they should come in to QGIS correctly. Then I used the Shift tool to move it to the correct location by manually calculating how far it was from the correct location. Source.