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Recent versions of gdal_translate have support for KML Superoverlay. Although it is not yet documented on the GDAL website the following can be used: gdal_translate.exe -of KMLSUPEROVERLAY c:\in.tif c:\out.kmz -co FORMAT=JPEG This will save a tiled version in a kmz file using jpeg compression. On windows you can automate using forfiles /m *.tif /c "cmd ...
Rather than using convert, could you try to use gdal_translate to convert the png to tiff and then georeference it using gdal_warp (assuming you've created a tfw file for the tiff)?
There is a little bit of information which might help you in your task. First you may need to download FWTools inorder to use geotifcp and listgeo. Create a TIFF File(You already did it..) Let us call it initialtif.tif find the image width and height(from where you saved it). imageWidth = 1016 imageHeight = 551 Create a World File for our ...
Do you know the extents of the image? If you know the bounding coordinates of the image you can us gdal_translate with the -a_srs (this assigns the projection) and -a_ullr (this is the bounding coordinates). I have used this to convert .jpg of sonar images from a low cost fishing sonar unit to geotiffs.
The world file is VERY simple and this is most of the meta data you need to convert your .tif to a geotif. While we're on the subject, in most GIS applications, if you have a world-file, you don't need to convert to geotiff or JP2000 or any other format where the geotocation information is embedded. The GIS will look for and read the world file. A world ...
Try converting your file to another/the same format (Raster/conversion/translate(convert format).There you can define a value for "no data", which you can set to a number different than 0. Hope it helps
Looks like I've solved it, but it seems a bit of a needless way of having to do it. What I did was wipe the registration data by converting the geotiff to a geotiff without the data and then re-did it. This is the command and then I went through the usual process of registering the image. gdal_translate original.tif -co PROFILE=BASELINE modified.tif It's ...
To export ArcGIS .mxd page layout with all the page layout elements (multiple frames, graphics) to GeoTiff, you can do it with GDAL >= 1.9. Export map as GeoPDF from ArcMap Convert GeoPDF to GTiff (or any other format supported by GDAL) using gdal_translate Version GDAL 1.9 comes with poppler lib included (compiled GDAL download for Windows), so no ...
Export to GeoTiff from layout view is available as part of the production mapping environment. http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/index.html#//0106000002tt000000.htm
If you're scared or unsure about using command line tools like GDAL_Translate then there are other ways to do this. If you have Esri products then you can use Raster to Other Format or Copy Raster, you can even export the image from ArcMap just by right clicking on the layer and select export then fill in the blanks and select GeoTiff. If you want to use ...
That would make some sense. Because the layout only has page coordinates (eg 8.5x11). I used to do a similar function in autocad where I replicated the page dimensions (scaled of course) and porportion in the model space (data frame) and printed to file from there. It might be some work if you have symbollogy and scale you are trying to replicate from ...
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