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Use GDAL command line to copy projections

I have two images, a georeferenced Tiff and a second Tiff without a reference. The second image is a copy of the first, but it lost its reference. Now, I want to copy the reference from the first Tiff ...
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File size inflation normal with gdalwarp?

After using gdalwarp to project and align-to-grid (via -tap) a number of rasters I noticed that the output rasters were significantly larger than the original rasters. A fairly thorough web search ...
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Cropping Geotiff with gdalwarp

I downloaded a geotiff from the recently published 25m-DEM of the European Union (see: http://courses.neteler.org/eu-dem-new-digital-surface-model-at-25m/). One tile has about 5GB so I would like to ...
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How to prevent Qgis clipper to clamp nodata values?

I'm trying to crop some old georeferenced cartography in order to have a continuous map (every map has its blank borders that overlaps). Usign raster->extract->clipper and setting no value to -32768 ...
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How to reproject raster from 0 360 to -180 180 with cutting 180 meridian

I have a geotiff raster image that has a coordinate system with longtitudes from 0 to 360. The horizontal center of the image is 180 longtitude. See image below: I want to transform it to EPSG:4326 ...
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gdalwarp results in incorrect extent

I have a GeoTIFF that's 172800x86400 on the MODIS "250 meter" Sinusoidal grid (more like 231.7, but who's counting?). (You can find its metadata at the bottom of this post.) This bounty of resolution ...
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Crop collar from chart

I need advice on how to complete the following task: I have aeronautical charts covering parts of the US (example: http://aeronav.faa.gov/content/aeronav/sectional_files/Albuquerque_89.zip - Each ...