zoltans at geograph.co.za
Wed Jan 17 00:22:40 EST 2007
Frank Warmerdam wrote:
> Zoltan Szecsei wrote:
>> Is there an easy utility (linux commandline preferable, but windows
>> OK) to de-skew a geo-referenced scanned map?
>> Typically the TFW files look like this:
>> Why is the row-rotation different from the column rotation?
> The gdalwarp utility will produce a nice "north up" image from a rotated
> or skewed tiff+world (or geotiff).
> gdalwarp skewed_input.tif northup_output.tif
From me you get one BIG FAT juicy smile :-)
Thanks also to Cody for he reminder of what the 6 terms represent. If
anyone missed his post, drop me an email and I'll re-post it.
> The FWTools suite includes the gdalwarp command.
> Best regards,
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