I am a student who wishes to use GDAL to transform a series of images from Lambert Conformal Conic (EPSG: 9802) to Google Earth's WGS 84 (EPSG: 4326) for a web mapping project. I know that in order to perform this operation I need to use gdaltransform, which is an executable that can be used via command line.
My issue is not being able to wrap my head around how to use gdaltransform correctly. I have read several documents that source this link http://gdal.org/gdaltransform.html, but I have been unable to replicate the tutorial results. Can someone please help me understand what I am missing.
Source Code: This code is what I typed in replicate the demo found on the above link.
Input: gdaltransform -s_srs EPSG:9802 -t_srs EPSG:4326
Return: 0 0 0
Input: 177502 311865
Return: 177502 311865 0
Note: The return should read "244510.77404604 166154.532871342 -1046.79270555763" not "177502 311865 0"
Thank you for your help!