[Qgis-user] eliminations of "seams" between raster tiles?

Tim Sutton tim at linfiniti.com
Thu Nov 1 10:56:34 EDT 2007


Hi

This is something that should be addressed with the upcoming raster
transparency branch merge. Cant say when it will be merged yet, but
keep in touch with Peter Ersts about this. Basically what you need is
to use the same histogram stretch for all your tiled rasters.... We
will be making some test builds of the raster branch in the near
future for people to try out Peter and Marcos magic therein....

Regards

Tim

2007/10/30, Yury Tarasievich <yury.tarasievich at gmail.com>:
> If tiled rasters have different representations of same elevation
> (e.g., GTOPO tiles), the untidy "seams" between slightly
> darker/lighter representations of same level in neighbouring tiles are
> created. Same elevations look different across the map.
>
> Is there a possibility of layer "calibration"? Is there possibly some
> other, non-QGIS-specific way of remedying that?
>
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