[GRASS-user] Re: How to merge rasters using feathering/blending ?

Moskovitz, Bob Bob.Moskovitz at conservation.ca.gov
Mon Feb 28 13:21:12 EST 2011

I haven't tried it yet, but what about this:

There are other useful addons, so you might want to browse around that


Bob Moskovitz
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> Gimp is fine if you have a smal number of scenes but I need to process
> large
> amounts of scenes where I need an automated way to feather the seam
> lines.
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