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I looked on the TIMESAT homepage and quickly found: TIMESAT reads and writes raw, or flat, binary files, one file per image. Currently 8-bit unsigned integer, 16-bit signed integer or 32-bit signed real data are supported. Many remote sensing software packages store the data as flat binary files with auxiliary header files. In most cases these ...
From http://www.gdal.org/frmt_ecw.html For those still using the ECW 3.3 SDK, images less than 500MB may be compressed for free, while larger images require licensing from ERDAS. See the licensing agreement and the LARGE_OK option. So you are out of luck with the 5.1 SDK without a valid license. Depending on your OS, you might still catch a copy of the ...
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