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Special(User Defined?) Coordinate?

wjwon

 

Hello

I am novice in Proj4 and English

 

in My TIF Data File

Coordinate is 0~3600 (West-East), and 0~1800 (South-North)

 

I want to use EPSG 4326 (WGS84)

 

but I can not assign source Projection

So, I can not use GDALWarp.exe Command Line Tool

 

Now I move every Cells one by one method

 

Can I Make Proj4 String?

 

Best Regards

ICE

 

 

 

 


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Re: Special(User Defined?) Coordinate?

José Alberto Gonçalves
Hi
You can use command gdal_translate with option -a_ullr to replace the upper left and lower right coordinates. See the usage in http://www.gdal.org/gdal_translate.html

Regards

Jose' Gonçalves


2017-08-07 9:53 GMT+01:00 원영진 <[hidden email]>:

 

Hello

I am novice in Proj4 and English

 

in My TIF Data File

Coordinate is 0~3600 (West-East), and 0~1800 (South-North)

 

I want to use EPSG 4326 (WGS84)

 

but I can not assign source Projection

So, I can not use GDALWarp.exe Command Line Tool

 

Now I move every Cells one by one method

 

Can I Make Proj4 String?

 

Best Regards

ICE

 

 

 

 


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