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I am trying to use the orthophotos as my background in project. I have used gdal2tiles to prepare the tiles for xyz. Then in the next step, I have uploaded the folder in our server. Then I make a new connection to xyz tiles with the following example link---> https://xxxxx.xxxx.solutions/planning_storage/xxxxx/{z}/{x}/{y}.png

The xyz is made but I can not read it in my QGIS. I am using QGIS 3.16 in Windows 10.

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  • Can you give us the gdal2tiles command you used? You can anonymize your path/directory if confidential
    – ThomasG77
    Mar 22 at 15:31
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By default, gdal2tiles generate xyz tiles starting from south as quoted in the doc

In the default mode (TMS), tiles at y=0 are the southern-most tiles, whereas in XYZ mode (used by OGC WMTS too), tiles at y=0 are the northern-most tiles.

You need to use gdal2tiles.py with --xyz option available with GDAL 3.1 and later. To avoid downloading/installing new GDAL version due to this, you can also get recent version of gdal2tiles at https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OSGeo/gdal/master/gdal/swig/python/scripts/gdal2tiles.py

Then use

gdal2tiles.py --xyz --zoom=2-10 input.tif output_folder

or if you retrieved latest gdal2tiles.py file version

python gdal2tiles.py --xyz --zoom=2-10 input.tif output_folder

I have a full demo at https://gist.github.com/ThomasG77/e8b9281d07334f3b77eb4b45c42073d8 using French SCAN1000 tiles

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  • thank you so much for the feedback. I try it out! My try with gdal2tiles were: gdal2tiles --zoom=10-14 .....vrt folder when I am writing gdal2tiles.py, python canot be called!
    – Hermetik
    Mar 23 at 6:53
  • Thank you so much! I am trying it out
    – Hermetik
    Mar 23 at 7:22
  • Not sure why you mentioned gdal2tiles where it should gdal2tiles.py. Also, if you have issues with Python just calling gdal2tiles.py, you can do python exact/path/to/gdal2tiles.py (a way to bypass configuration due to PATH)
    – ThomasG77
    Mar 23 at 9:49

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