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Credits/Author: @Klas Karlsson and an extension to @Matthias Kuhn's answer. Plugins > Python Console > Show Editor Copy&Paste the code below into a new Python file and press Run """ This script should be run from the Python consol inside QGIS. It adds online sources to the QGIS Browser. Each source should contain a list with the folowing ...


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As of December 2019 there is this website : https://zoom.earth/ wich at sufficient zoom seems to show Bing imagery and display the date of the image(s) on the top left corner, under the title.


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The vendor is not allowing those images to be called/exported at large scale. I've had the same experience with trying to export Esri basemaps in the layout. You'll have to download the aerial image files (tif, jpeg, sid...etc) and load them in manually into Q, hit a public aerial WMS (in the US many states provide this or USGS provides a 1m service), or ...


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Those two images are very different and as such, it will not be simple to apply the same segmentation and classification on both areas. In general, working with imagery from a WMS system, like Bing, is not recommended, as that limits you to fewer bits of information than the imagery was acquired with, which limits your options for adjusting preprocessing and ...


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