I watch tutorial from this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THRa2OHpL0k, and found the coordinate from the image are about 7 digits number.

e.g. N8352000, N8356500, E247500, etc

I want to recreate what in the video did, but I only have a degree minute second coordinate.

e.g. 0°30'0" N, 128°30'0"E, etc

What is the coordinate system from the video? And how to change my degree coordinate to be like in the video. I think I'll try to do it in EPSG 2857 Pseudo Mercator, if that'll be in concern while converting it.

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    the one in the video doesn't really matter - yours is EPSG:4326
    – Ian Turton
    Commented Jun 21, 2021 at 16:00
  • @IanTurton Thanks, just found the converter on the internet. works well
    – louislugas
    Commented Jun 21, 2021 at 18:16

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As it says in the video at about 1:40 the EPSG used here is 24879, but as @Ian Turton points out, that does not mean, that yours should be the same. To change the coordinates in your system you have to go to Transormation Paramters (via settings in the Georeferencer) and set the Target SRS to the correct SRS (what ever your data have).

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