I work on a Windows QGis 2.14 platform. I need to clip a raster with a vectorial polygon. When I use gdalwarp I cannot find where is the setting for establishing the output graticule position respect the source raster. I know that in the ESRI ArcGIS clip raster tool is there a command like "maintain the same graticule as the source". Without this option gdalwarp gives me back a raster with cell shifted (offset) respect the source. In fact the new origin of the output raster is determinate by the rectangular envelope of the polygon (obviously).
Suggestions for me, also workaround if necessary?
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