gdalwarp on MSG-SEVIRI fails
|Reported by:||hrobjartur||Owned by:||warmerdam|
|Severity:||normal||Keywords:||gdalwarp polar stereographic msg seviri|
I am having some problems reprojecting the resultant MSG geotiff images into polar stereographic.
I have an example geotiff file of MSG channel 9 that I have produced as follows. gdal_translate "MSG($PWD,201112071530,(9),Y,T)" msg_channel9.tif,
The file can be downloaded here:
A simple reprojection request such as $ gdalwarp -t_srs "+proj=stere" msg_channel9.tif stereo.tif always results in some sort of bounding box error,
ERROR 1: Too many points (5624 out of 5625) failed to transform, unable to compute output bounds.
I have tried also to limit the output grid to something sensible using -tr and -te but I still get such errors.
These errors occur for all projections, however polar stereographic projection fails with above error. Gdalinfo on the file also suggest some problems with the bounding-box.
I am not clear if this is a bug with gdalwarp, or with the MSG SEVIRI driver.