Re: [Flightgear-devel] Terragear and 2 Arc Second elevation data

2011-10-15 Thread Christian Schmitt
Martin Spott wrote:

 We're not yet there. On a first test earlier today, 'genapts' ended in
 a segfault with the recent changes   but I ran out of time, thus I
 have not yet verified if the source change in 'simgear' really was the
 culprit,


Confirmed here. And I thought first it was the new terragear Doing a 
debug session now...

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] Terragear and 2 Arc Second elevation data

2011-10-15 Thread Christian Schmitt
Martin Spott wrote:

 We're not yet there. On a first test earlier today, 'genapts' ended in
 a segfault with the recent changes   but I ran out of time, thus I
 have not yet verified if the source change in 'simgear' really was the
 culprit,


Confirmed here. And I thought first it was the new terragear Doing a 
debug session now...

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] Terragear and 2 Arc Second elevation data

2011-10-07 Thread HB-GRAL
I am asking because I am currently working on Alaska elevation data for 
the relief. I had to clip 6 px overlap and I converted the .flt data to 
DEM format. HGT can not handle 1800x1800 px, but there is also a demchop 
in terragear, right?

I like to share the data when it is useful for scenery building. NED is 
seamless and has a lot of more data included than SRTM. To complete, 
should I change resolution to 1200x1200 and provide it as HGT files for 
scenery creation ?

Cheers, Yves

Am 07.10.11 01:52, schrieb Curtis Olson:
 You might need to do some work with the tool that chops up the dem's into
 TerraGear tile sizes.  There are different terrain formats so you might need
 to adapt the code to read a different format as well.  This part sounds like
 it should be pretty straightforward if you have clear docs for the input
 format.

 On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 6:40 PM, HB-GRAL wrote:

 Hi all

 Can terragear handle 2 arc second elevation data ? I read only about 1
 arc and 3 arc data for the terragear toolchain.

 Cheers, Yves


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Re: [Flightgear-devel] Terragear and 2 Arc Second elevation data

2011-10-07 Thread HB-GRAL
When someone wants to run experiments with this data, you can find 
some test data in .dem format here:
http://maptest.fgx.ch/public/2arc-alaska-dem/n70w140.zip

Thanks a lot, Yves

Am 07.10.11 12:07, schrieb HB-GRAL:
 I am asking because I am currently working on Alaska elevation data for
 the relief. I had to clip 6 px overlap and I converted the .flt data to
 DEM format. HGT can not handle 1800x1800 px, but there is also a demchop
 in terragear, right?

 I like to share the data when it is useful for scenery building. NED is
 seamless and has a lot of more data included than SRTM. To complete,
 should I change resolution to 1200x1200 and provide it as HGT files for
 scenery creation ?

 Cheers, Yves

 Am 07.10.11 01:52, schrieb Curtis Olson:
 You might need to do some work with the tool that chops up the dem's into
 TerraGear tile sizes.  There are different terrain formats so you might need
 to adapt the code to read a different format as well.  This part sounds like
 it should be pretty straightforward if you have clear docs for the input
 format.

 On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 6:40 PM, HB-GRAL wrote:

 Hi all

 Can terragear handle 2 arc second elevation data ? I read only about 1
 arc and 3 arc data for the terragear toolchain.

 Cheers, Yves


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[Flightgear-devel] Terragear and 2 Arc Second elevation data

2011-10-06 Thread HB-GRAL
Hi all

Can terragear handle 2 arc second elevation data ? I read only about 1 
arc and 3 arc data for the terragear toolchain.

Cheers, Yves

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] Terragear and 2 Arc Second elevation data

2011-10-06 Thread Curtis Olson
You might need to do some work with the tool that chops up the dem's into
TerraGear tile sizes.  There are different terrain formats so you might need
to adapt the code to read a different format as well.  This part sounds like
it should be pretty straightforward if you have clear docs for the input
format.

On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 6:40 PM, HB-GRAL wrote:

 Hi all

 Can terragear handle 2 arc second elevation data ? I read only about 1
 arc and 3 arc data for the terragear toolchain.

 Cheers, Yves


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