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comment Importing multiple GeoTiffs in TileMill
Did you ever find a solution to this?
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comment Is there a public CanTopo Web Map Tile Service (WMS / WMTS) available?
@Mapperz - Thanks for that. Seems the info was last edited 2012-08-30 so I guess I shouldn't hold my breath! :P
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comment How to get WGS84 lat lon bounds from a VRT file
Thanks for that - very much appreciated. One issue though - the gdalwarp command above results in a out_test.vrt which is actually a GeoTIFF. Just needs -of "vrt" at the end to get a vrt text file output.
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accepted Batch convert GeoTIFF's to KMZ files
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answered Opacity control for KmlLayer in Google Maps V3 API?
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comment Batch convert GeoTIFF's to KMZ files
In the end I completed the process manually using OkMap. Thanks for everyone's input.
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comment Batch convert GeoTIFF's to KMZ files
gdal2tiles is almost there but OkMap produces much more elegant results. Tile sizes are calculated by OkMap to split the original image efficiently, allowing rectangular tiles rather than square tiles so avoiding extra transparent areas. I wonder if I can somehow automate / command line OkMap to batch process my files.
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comment Batch convert GeoTIFF's to KMZ files
gdal2tiles is almost there but OkMap produces much more elegant results. Tile sizes are calculated by OkMap to split the original image efficiently, allowing rectangular tiles rather than square tiles so avoiding extra transparent areas. I wonder if I can somehow automate / command line OkMap to batch process my files.