I'm having trouble understanding when to use the -pyramidOnly option in gdal_retile. If I am trying to tile 10 GeoTiffs, am I right in assuming that if the images contain overlays and or inner tiles ...
My scenario consist of 4 million geolocated images each measuring 1536x1536 pixels in size. What is the most efficient way to pyramid these images? My end goal is to serve these images using ...
I have a large amount of RapidEye images (+300 Gb) that I want to use as a basemap for a online application. So far I've managed to serve them as an ImagePyramid in geoserver following the steps shown ...
I have been tasked with adding functionality to an existing C++ developed toolset whereby a source dataset (typically a single GeoTIFF) needs to be split into tiles at various resolutions ('zoom' ...
I have two Geotiff files. with one side overlapping. Each Geotiff is surrounded by a black frame. I have created an Image Pyramid with Geoserver 2.3.0 but when I try to see the layer on OpenLayers, ...
Given a set of tiles covering a large area at a particular zoom level (These are online on someone's tile server and will need scraping, but let's assume these are on disk if it's easier. With TMS ...
Normally I would create an Image Pyramid using gdal_retile.py on one large image or a set of large images. I want to do the opposite. I have all the zoomed in tiles on the base level and I want to ...