I have the image such as this:
everything would be fine, but I cannot really use the normal georeference method explained here:
because I can't see the boundaries at all. I tried to set up the georeference points manually, although even there I have to put them in the map and alternatively provide the coordinates manually. My situation is somewhat upside down, because I can't see the image borders, but I know roughly the coordinates of its corners and the middle point. The problem is, that I don't know how to find it with the Georeferencer plugin.
I found some hints, which say, that the process is possible with GDAL:
but the problem is, that I don't know how to run the GDAL console and where to put these values in.
The links beneath:
weren't helpful enough for me.
I am asking then about the possibility to georeference the PNG raster image in the situation, where borders aren't visible (the image includes transparent white background, so any styling couldn't work) but the coordinates of the corners and the middle point are known. Alternatively, is there an opportunity to see the image bounds in the GDAL georeferencer plugin?
After typing in the OSGEO console
gdal_translate -of GTiff -a_srs 'EPSG:<4326>' -a_ullr <-3> <52> <-2> <51> <C:\Users\k\Desktop\elrrachidia - fez\Viewshed\Heywhatsthat\BHX\cloakpN52W003.png> <C:\Users\k\Desktop\elrrachidia - fez\Viewshed\Heywhatsthat\BHX\cloakpN52W003.tif>
I am getting an error:
< was unexpected at this time
How I did wrong here?