Is there a way to open a raster that is stored in ESRI V10.0 Geodatabase in QGIS V2.4?

I can open the vector layer, but there does not seems to be a way to open a raster.

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    There are many geodatabase formats. Are you referring to a File Geodatabase? Please update the question to either specify FGDB or the underlying RDBMS. – Vince Aug 14 '14 at 12:48

QGIS doesn't support ESRI Geodatabase raster. The only solution is to open the database in ArcGIS an export the raster GeoTiff.

  • Right click in arcCatalog, Export/Raster to different Format...
  • Then choose a folder and fileaname to write to
  • if the extension is .tif, it will be readable in QGIS

If it's a file/personal based geodatabase - you can't access raster (yet). One of the developers for the http://www.gdal.org/drv_openfilegdb.html has mentioned working on that ability if funding was available.

As far as SDE goes - I'm unsure.

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