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The fastest way of generating tiles from raster?

I have some MODIS imagery 250m resolution covering a large area which I generate tiles from using Mapnik and generate_tiles.py script. I need to run this script every day with new satellite images, ...
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How to use Openlayers TMS with another SpatialReference?

I am trying to use OpenLayers with my TMS (tilecache). It fetches tiles well but tiles are not in right order. I use EPSG:102067 - Krovak East-North, which has negative axis. Maybe because of this it ...
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3answers
471 views

Cache tiles for offline use of Google/Bing aerial maps

I am currently working on a project where QGIS is used for creating and editing vector data and requires a Google or Bing aerial photo layer as a basemap. I can add Google satellite/Bing aerial ...
1
vote
1answer
213 views

From local tiles to WMS via Mapproxy

I have any local tiles (seed via Mapproxy) of any local area. May I configure mapproxy that I can use a local tile directory on my computer as a source and get the output then WMS ? I've already ...
1
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1answer
509 views

Using GeoWebCache to cache google maps tiles

I'm new to GIS and I would like to know if anybody could give me a quick example of using geowebcache with google maps tiles. Thanks.
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1answer
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How do i use gdal2tiles for creating tilecache?

I want to create tiled cache from raster file, so i downloaded gdal2tiles.py. Now i don't get what (and how) i must do with that python script file.
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How can I show MapInfo tabs in OpenLayers without using MapXtreme Tile Handler?

I want to connect OpenLayers to mapinfo tabs I have , but I don't have MapXtreme license . Is there a way to show the tabs using different Tile Cache ? I can export the workspace to WOR or MWS files. ...
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3answers
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local tiles server for offline access

Anyone knows if there is a "lightway" solution to mount a local tile server? Feature I'd to provide is local storage of small sections of maps, not more than small city for example, in order to ...
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How are Google serving up their Styled Maps?

As we all know, Google changed web mapping when they introduced Google Maps. At the time of writing this, tiled maps are now the norm with web mapping. For example, with ArcGIS Server, you cache ...
3
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1answer
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Wrong tiles generated in OpenLayers XYZ layer

I am creating a map in OpenLayers using Base layer as ESRI online map server. And second layer as our own esri map server serving the overlay. The Base layer shows correctly, but OpenLayer requests ...
2
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2answers
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What is the compression gained by caching mod_tile's metatile instead png tiles?

What is the level of compression gained caching mod_tile's larger metatile instead of 256 by 256 .png tiles? I am trying to determine the extra cost of storage resources for pre-rendering some set of ...
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Script for creating a tile-pyramid from a wms service

Given a WMS service, is there a ready-made script that, for a given extent, creates a tile-pyramid that is compliant with: http://leaflet.cloudmade.com/reference.html#tilelayer That is urls on the ...
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2answers
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What is the effective and legal way to get map tiles for the size of 2 or 3 states?

I would like to get map tiles possibly from Open Street Map (yes I am aware about tile usage policy and would not like to breach that) or other source for the purpose to serve it as offline maps to ...
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3answers
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tile cache error : Lower left corner is outside layer bounds

i have made a wms layers in openlayers consuming cached tiles generatred by tile cache , in the generation step i have used this configuration : [vmap0] type=WMS ...
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2answers
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Disk space and numbers of tiles for world layer

I'm thinking about testing tiles generation of a world layer for webmapping. In this context, I want to know how I can calculate the number of tiles (256x256 for tilecache if I remember) I will need ...