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Started by larshgf, April 13, 2012, 01:20:48 PM
Quote from: Boyd on April 14, 2012, 06:24:09 AMNow you could start off with any type of file you like though, such as a geoTIFF for example. But it will need to be converted into .jpg files before using in the .kmz.
QuoteG-Raster accepts four basic types of georeferenced raster imagery:Type 1: Files with the geographic data embedded in the graphic file itself. These include:GeoTiffs: TIFF images with embedded geodataMRSID imagery (file extension .sid or .mrsid)NOAA BSB imagery (file extension .kap)ERDAS Imagine format (file extension .imgType 2: JPG imagery ("Big JPEG") generated by the free program USAPhotoMaps. You will need to specify the UTM zone for the map you want to use.Type 3: General graphic files with geodata in worldfile format for the UTM coordinate system (e.g. JPG with .jgw, BMP with .bpw, GIF with .gfw, TIF with .tfw). You will need to specify the UTM zone for the map, and also the datum and hemisphere if appropriate (default is northern hemisphere, WGS84 datum)Type 4: General graphic files with geodata in worldfile format in any coordinate system. But you will have to: a) Know what that coordinate system is; b) Look up its EPSG code; c) Enter the code in the specified box
Quote from: larshgf on April 13, 2012, 01:20:48 PMHi everybody,I have just purchased a Garmin eTrex30 and would like very much to load it with an image map of my favorite Greek Island Samos.
Quote from: Seldom on May 08, 2012, 08:10:32 AMLars, have you visited garmin.openstreetmap.gl ?
Quote from: larshgf on May 09, 2012, 12:11:38 PMNot able to find garmin.openstreetmap.gl.
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