Hallo Claus

ist vielleicht interessant f├╝r dich.


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Thomas




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Betreff:        [Qgis-user] R: Openstreetmap offline with QGIS
Datum:  Tue, 2 Aug 2016 21:10:00 +0200
Von:    arnaldo.mauri...@gmail.com
An:     qgis-user@lists.osgeo.org



Thanks for the help.

I am going to try.

Regards

*Da:*Qgis-user [mailto:qgis-user-boun...@lists.osgeo.org] *Per conto di *Piotr Kania
*Inviato:* domenica 31 luglio 2016 07:57
*A:* qgis-user@lists.osgeo.org
*Oggetto:* Re: [Qgis-user] Openstreetmap offline with QGIS

Hi, I will add that I use QTiles's mbtiles in my android smartphone with Oruxmaps and it works nicely

W dniu 2016-07-29 o 16:59, Bernd Vogelgesang pisze:

   Hi,

   I normally do it this way to have an offline basemap either for the
   mobile phone or the notebook:

   1. Install QuickMapServices (an add contributed pack in the
   settings) for a variety of background layer. There are also
   different flavours of OSM, so pick your favourite.

   2. Install the (tagged as experimental) QTiles plugin.

   Assuming you have to work in certain area at a time only, set your
   canvas to this are.

   In QTiles, you can choose between .zip and .mbtiles (but those
   mbtiles work within QGIS for already a while). Pick mbtiles for file
   creation.

   Choose your zoom level carefully. If you do not need too much
   detail, 15 will be enough. See http://gis.stackexchange.com/a/7443
   for detail which zoom level represents which map scale.

   For me this setting resulted in 150MB file for an area of ca. 100
   square kilometers. Higher zoom level or multiple zoom levels will
   let this grow exponentially. You will have to test a bit to find the
   right settings for your purpose.

   The creation of this mbtile will take a while cause it has to
   download all the tiles for the area one after another.

   So better test with a really small area before starting a big download.

   Hope this helps

   Bernd

   Am 28.07.2016, 00:02 Uhr, schrieb <arnaldo.mauri...@gmail.com>
   <mailto:arnaldo.mauri...@gmail.com>:

       Hi everyone,

       I use a laptop on my car where I have installed QGIS to follow
       the position over a map with a GPS. I can calibrate the image
       taken from a 1:25000 detailed topographic map.

       *I need to use QGIS with Openstreetmap offline to follow car GPS
       position.*

       I have downloaded vector tiles formhttp://osm2vectortiles.org
       <http://osm2vectortiles.org/>

       *I am not able to open the MBTiles file with QGIS. Please be
       patient, this is not my work.****I will be grateful if you would
       suggest me how to do this job or if there is a tutorial available.*

       *Are vector tiles from OSM2VECTORTILES right files? Is this the
       right way to work offline?*

       **

       ++running QGIS Desktop 2.16.0 with Windows10



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