[gdal-dev] Which ONE image in a .vrt is currently being displayed?
even.rouault at mines-paris.org
Mon May 31 14:25:57 EDT 2010
You can't. Because of the meaning of the 'A' in GDAL, a VRT is seen as a
single raster for any user of GDAL API. A dedicated function should be
created in QGIS to parse the VRT XML and make sense of it for what you wish.
Le Monday 31 May 2010 19:47:17 Greg Coats, vous avez écrit :
> With GDAL 1.7.2, released 2010/04/23, I used gdalbuildvrt to build a .vrt
> file that points to 726 GeoJPEG2000 images. Then, I use QGIS 1.5.0, release
> 13519M to pan and zoom through these images. When zoomed in, how do I get
> Qgis to identify which ONE of the raster images in the .vrt file is
> currently being displayed? Greg
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