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You can try out a dedicated tool called Batyr for this purpose (more PostGis oriented than GDAL) generic tools like ETL with spatial abilities (Talend with Spatial Extension, GeoKettle,...) that can watch your folder Inotify based tools (On Unix based OS) a command line tool like Watchdog I will not go further as @mark-c mentioned, it's more a system ...


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you can use batch hegtool, read this: http://newsroom.gsfc.nasa.gov/sdptoolkit/HEG/HEGFAQ_CLI.html and this: http://newsroom.gsfc.nasa.gov/sdptoolkit/HEG/HEG_Batch_job_Help.htm


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Here is a solution as windows batch script, maybe it'll help: set in_path=path_to_stored_hdfs set out_path=path_to_proccessed_ones md %out_path% cd /d %in_path% FORFILES /m *L2_LAC*.hdf /C "cmd /c gdalwarp -geoloc -t_srs EPSG:4326 -te 113.205 1.120 157.105 2.005 HDF4_SDS:hdf:@file:01 %out_path%\@fname.tif" Where /m is a mask to match desired filenames ...


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This function 'ENVI_OUTPUT_TO_EXTERNAL_FORMAT' can solve your work if you have the license. The help can be found in http://www.exelisvis.com/docs/ENVI_OUTPUT_TO_EXTERNAL_FORMAT.html


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GDAL solution. This is the base code. gdal_translate -of GTiff input.envi output.tif Here is the stack exchange answer to do all files in a folder. loop GDAL translate and here is the stack overflow solution. loop gdal translate


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I would start with this part of your pseudo code: Open up each GDB Open up the raster file Join the raster file to the national level file based on the one common field Create a new raster based on the join and, assuming that you are running a Geoprocessing tool for each of those steps, do this once from their tool dialogs and then use ...



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