First off, I'd like to mention that I'm pretty new to working with GIS, so please forgive my inexperience.
My situation is as follows: I'm tasked with georectifying a set of imagery and importing those images into a Google Earth Enterprise server as an overlay. From what I've researched, it sounds like a good route to do this would be to convert the images into a .tif, install GeoTIFF metadata, and import the image directly (Google Earth will figure out the rest). However, I'm not exactly sure where to go from there to actually create the GeoTIFF metadata (and install it).
Here's the data I have: lat/lon of the center of the image, orientation (i.e. degrees to rotate to orient north), and resolution (e.g. 90m). Does anyone know of a good method/set of tools to derive any other data and install it into the .tif? Is something other than a GeoTIFF a good idea?