I have a big raster image with medium details, but for some regions I do have far more details as a seperate raster image.
Now I'd like to display both of them in my map that I render with
So now I would need to cut a hole out of the bigger raster (exactly the shape of the small one) file so that both layers will be properly displayed on my map. (Note: I don't display it with an opacity of 100%)
I found that using the
gdalwarp -cutline shape.shp input.tif output.tif command I can cut a raster. But I need the inverse of that.
Is there a parameter for
gdal which I am missing?
Thanks a lot