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The answer is in the comments, namely adding -scale. The full command is: gdal_translate -scale -of KMLSUPEROVERLAY input.tif output.kmz


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If you have basic license with 3D Analyst extension, standard or advanced licenses, you can use Add Z Information. The tool Adds information about elevation properties of features in a Z-enabled feature class I do not have any of the above requirements to test that, but you can give it a try if you have the proper license. If you don't have the 3D ...


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Google earth is able to load lot of geographical data including GPX (and KMZ) it's as simple as File>Open choose the GPX format and your GPX file For more : https://support.google.com/earth/answer/148095?hl=en


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you can use eg. https://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/. On the right side you can import your gpx and kmz in different layers. Then you can examine both.


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Check at this plugin. It exports also the simbols as displayed in the qgis layer: http://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/layer2kmz/


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