I have looked through the forum extensively but found no answer. Apologies in advance if this has been addressed somewhere already...
I have >500 png image files (from a microscope) that I would like to display in their correct relative positions. Each image file has an associated xml file that contains: 1. the center XY position (in microns) 2. the XY size of the image (in microns) 3. The amount of rotation (if any, in degrees)
The images are in an arbitrary positive cartesian coordinate system.
I have looked at the Freehand Georeferencer and Georeference plugins, but they do not allow referencing based on the middle of the image plus image size (as far as I can tell).
Is it possible to use the information in the xml file to georeference the png files in QGIS?