I work on QGIS 3.4.4.
I have 4 .tif rasters that will eventually have to be stitched together. The rasters' metadata suggest EPSG:3577 as the initial CRS. I also have a constriction point shapefile having the following coordinates: 1316205E; -2581235N
Is to make sure the point shapefile sits exactly where the 4 rasters meet and having the CRS same as the initial ones (EPSG:3577).
- Set the options for default CRS (see pic below):
- Created the XY point and saved as a .shp with the EPSG:3577 CRS.
- Have used "warp" from GDAL package to project the 4 rasters, with same target CRS as the shp, set the "Output file resolution in target georeferenced units" as 30 (my understanding is that should set the pixels resolution as 30x30m)
This is with google earth image in the background:
What am I doing wrong?