Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of band-merge


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Oct 14, 2010 8:27:33 PM (9 years ago)
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pborissow
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  • band-merge

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    11= band-merge =
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    3 Merges multiple image files into a single band merged file.
     3Merges multiple image files into a single band merged file. Typically all images have the same dimensions and are relative to the same projection.
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    55== Usage ==
     
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    3333== Output Type ==
    34 {{{
    35 NOTES:
    36 "-w" option only valid with tiff type.
    37 "Tile width must be a multiple of 32.
    38 Valid output writer types:
    39         tiff_strip
    40         tiff_strip_band_separate
    41         tiff_tiled
    42         tiff_tiled_band_separate
    43         general_raster_bip
    44         general_raster_bil
    45         general_raster_bsq
    46         jpeg
    47 }}}
     34The output_type must be a valid format (e.g. tiff_tiled_band_separate). See the full list of supported formats [wiki:formats here].
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    49 
    50 This is a "how to" on using ossim-band-merge command line application to merge image files that represent individual bands into a single file.
    51 
    52 Prerequisite: Typically all images have the same dimensions and are relative to the same projection.
    53 
    54 Given you have band1.tif, band2.tif and band3.tif you can do:
    55 
    56 ossim-band-merge tiff_tiled_band_separate band1.tif band2.tif band3.tif rgb.tif
    57 
    58 Where "tiff_tiled_band_separate" is the output file type. You can do: ossim-band-merge by itself to get the usage with valid output image types.
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    60 NOTE: The ossim library likes "tiled" image types as ossim is tiled in nature. So if you are going to feed the output file to another ossim application you should choose a tiled output format for speed.
     36== Notes ==
     37 * "-w" option only valid with tiff type.
     38 * Tile width must be a multiple of 32.
     39 * The ossim library likes "tiled" image types as ossim is tiled in nature. So if you are going to feed the output file to another ossim application you should choose a tiled output format for speed.