I am new to GIS and I want to fit a DEM given as an xyz file into an existing map.
My problem is that when I open the xyz in qgis the tile is not at the correct position.
Changing the CRS to the one given in the documentation of the tile results in a white raster image.
Here are the xyz tiles (they are quite large):
For the tiles EPSG:25832 is given in the documentation, here is a link:
Here is the gdalinfo for one of the tiles:
Driver: XYZ/ASCII Gridded XYZ Files: dgm1_32370_5614_2_nw.xyz Size is 2000, 2000 Coordinate System is `' Origin = (32369999.500000000000000,5613999.500000000000000) Pixel Size = (1.000000000000000,1.000000000000000) Corner Coordinates: Upper Left (32369999.500, 5613999.500) Lower Left (32369999.500, 5615999.500) Upper Right (32371999.500, 5613999.500) Lower Right (32371999.500, 5615999.500) Center (32370999.500, 5614999.500) Band 1 Block=2000x1 Type=Float32, ColorInterp=Undefined Min=46.540 Max=169.160
Ideally I would like to save the tiles all as one georeferenced raster with the correct CRS. The solution does not have to involve QGIS, if there is another alternative.