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    Comparing version 10:22, 29 Oct 2009 by matt with version 21:34, 12 Nov 2010 by matt.

    GDAL/OGR is arguably the best collection of conversion utilities & programming libraries for geospatial data we have today. With roots and  centre strongly established in the open source ecosystem, it's also incorporated into closed source giants such as ESRI's ArcGIS and ERDAS' ERMapper.

     For gdal and ogr utilities on Windows, the suggested starting point is OSGeo4W.

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    Im looking for a way to take three equally sized input raster files in AAI/Grid format and convert each grid to a band in a single 24-bit raster file (r, g, b, respectively). Is there an easy way to accomplish this with GDAL?

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    I'm forever getting it wrong the first two or three times when I try and > do the mental flipflops to get the numbers right for gdal_translate. > Can someone tell me what the ogr order is right now and I > can do up a cheat sheet?

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    is pretty good, but I always find myself looking for more examples to get the tools to really sing. Here's some of the best tips gleaned from the mailing list.

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    > Im looking for a way to take three equally sized input raster files in AAI/Grid format and convert each grid to a band in a single 24-bit raster file (r, g, b, respectively). Is there an easy way to accomplish this with GDAL?

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    > I'm forever getting it wrong the first two or three times when I try and
    > do the mental flipflops to get the numbers right for gdal_translate.
    > Can someone tell me what the ogr order is right now and I
    > can do up a cheat sheet?

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    This revision modified by matt (Ban)

    GDAL/OGR is arguably the best collection of conversion utilities & programming libraries for geospatial data we have today. With roots and  centre strongly established in the open source ecosystem, it's also incorporated into closed source giants such as ESRI's ArcGIS and ERDAS' ERMapper.

    For gdal and ogr utilities on Windows, the suggested starting point is OSGeo4W.

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    Im looking for a way to take three equally sized input raster files in AAI/Grid format and convert each grid to a band in a single 24-bit raster file (r, g, b, respectively). Is there an easy way to accomplish this with GDAL?

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