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It seems you are using Leaflet VectorGrid for your task. As described in the docs, you must pass the styling in the following form (replace your_layer_name by the actual name of the layer that you specified in Maptiler): vectorTileOptions = { vectorTileLayerStyles: { your_layer_name: properties => { return getColorFromRedBlueRange(properties....


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If you use latest MapTiler version from http://www.maptiler.com/ to generate the tiles, it will directly produce for you an ready to use openlayers.html viewer. You clearly use a very old version of MapTiler - as the viewer you show here is based on the old OpenLayers (v2) and the XML file is not anymore generated by recent MapTiler versions. Instead, there ...


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The website http://www.maptiler.org/photoshop-google-maps-overlay-tiles/ prints out coordinates in http://epsg.io/3857 - in older GDAL it is called 900913. The website itself also contains information how to directly use the coordinates in the MapTiler software, including the variant available for free.


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If you assign your own colormap and min/max values in QGIS - to change the visual look of the image - you have to export the changes from QGIS - and save the file as normal GeoTIFF with RGB palette and 8 bits. The next step would be then to create the tiles with MapTiler (http://www.maptiler.com/).


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The CoordSys clause exactly describes the British National Grid (EPSG:27700). -100000 is the false northing, and is correct. 10 and -10 describe the size of one pixel in the original coordinate system (Y is negative because bitmap coordinates go top-to-bottom). If the corners of the original TIFF file do not lie exactly on MBTiles corners, then you cannot ...


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DEM files available in .tif format are considered as simple raster files by all GIS applications. When GIS applications specifically require only DEM files, then they need to check that the .tif files are single band rasters. You can definitely use maptiler to generate tiles of DEM files. I recommend you to use GeoserverTerrainProvider.js along with ...


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Please upgrade to the latest version of MapTiler Pro. Version 0.5.3 is very old - and there has been a lot of improvements implemented since then. The binaries of the latest version of MapTiler Pro are available by filling the form at http://www.maptiler.com/demo/ If you have trouble with your data processing workflow, you can submit a report information ...


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There are two different ways that Tiles can be addressed, the TMS standard specifies that tile coordinates start at the bottom left, but in practice most software is using a coordinate system with the Y axis reversed from TMS: it starts at the top left instead of the bottom right. I don't know that there is really an official name for this scheme, some ...


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