Good Afternoon All, I am wanting to use gdal_merge.py to merge a series of .tif files prior to clipping the merged file to a shapefile boundary, but want to do so as part of another larger script ...
Trying to batch mosaic 1000 Gtiff rasters (all in one folder) into 1 tif file via gdal merge on linux ubuntu. Having trouble with the linux command to bring in all files in a folder into the output ...
Is there a GDAL command which can combine multiple rasters so that a unique output value is assigned to each unique combination of input values, like the combine command in ArcGIS? gdal_merge seems ...