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comment How to correctly import a raster file with these metadatas into Tilemill?
LOL. The page of Mabox Studio stated that it was in private beta so I tought that tilemill was the most up-to-date version of this software. Actually, mapbox studio can be downloaded. Going to try.
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comment How to correctly import a raster file with these metadatas into Tilemill?
wait. I also got that result, but it shows black tilted borders around the area. That is not what I need. I need it to be shown horizontally just as in qgis, with no artifacts. Thanks.
Sep
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comment How to correctly import a raster file with these metadatas into Tilemill?
Thank you. Would you kindly be able to find a way to reproject it using any command line tool? I need to batch process plenty of data and using a GUI woulnd't be feasible. I try using gdalwarp: gdalwarp -s_srs EPSG:32632 -t_srs EPSG:3857 antanired.tiff antanired-3857.tiff With no success.
Sep
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comment How to correctly import a raster file with these metadatas into Tilemill?
The site also tells that: Adding a non-Mercator GeoTIFF to TileMill If you’re working with a small GeoTIFF or just want to quickly preview something that is not already projected to Web Mercator, you can skip the initial reprojection step and add the file directly to TileMill. To do this you will need to know the spatial reference system (SRS) of your file so you can tell TileMill. Source: mapbox.com/tilemill/docs/guides/reprojecting-geotiff
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comment How to correctly import a raster file with these metadatas into Tilemill?
I added a file that behaves the same way. You can play with that. Thanks so much.
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comment How to correctly import a raster file with these metadatas into Tilemill?
Tilemill should project the file correctly nevertheless without the need to warp it actually. According to the instructions, warping is recommended only for big sources so to reduce load on Tilemill for reprojecting the data. warping is opny optional.
Sep
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comment How to correctly import a raster file with these metadatas into Tilemill?
I added the layer extents as requested. I am afraid I cannod share the data being it unfortunately copyrighted, sorry. I also tried to gdal_transform the data but without success (maybe I did it the wrong way. Actually don't even remember how right now.
Sep
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comment What file format is this? Can I get a bounding box out of it?
Actually, this was it. Thank you so much sir.
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accepted What file format is this? Can I get a bounding box out of it?
Sep
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comment What file format is this? Can I get a bounding box out of it?
by the way, the image size is 11693x8032 pixels. Which, hey, is exactly twice as much as those two numbers down there...