[OSGeoLive] OSGeoLive + MapSlicer + LeafletJs(or TS in this case)
sylwek.wroblewski at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 05:47:47 PDT 2020
Thank you for your response, but unfortunately it was not possible to do
what I wanted(or I just know too little about the subject), buuut... I
found another library that might be of some help to others and I am pretty
sure you can integrate it to your image with paths variables added :)
This lib has a script that will cut images to google/zoomify pyramids.
Option you would be looking for is:
after passing a few parameters you will be able to cut any image to google
or zoom pyramid format, where google format is fully compatible with
I think it might help a lot of people who are doing interactive game maps.
If you cover this subject in a simple post on your page it might even
attract some people to try it out :)
If you would consider adding that library I can do a simple article on your
page explaining cutting images to google pyramid and integrating it in a
simple leaflet app/script.
Still you have my respect for preparing this environment. Cheers and best
wt., 4 sie 2020 o 14:19 Angelos Tzotsos <gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com> napisał(a):
> Thank you for your nice words and feedback. We are happy that OSGeoLive
> has helped you.
> Perhaps gdal2tiles might be of help to you:
> On 8/2/20 6:59 AM, Sylwester Wróblewski wrote:
> First of all before I go down to business I wanted to thank you all
> involved in creating this amazing environment! I spent 2 days trying
> different methods to configure GDAL on my own with no success. So big THANK
> YOU! :)
> Quick introduction. I am creating an interactive map for a game. In time
> the project grew bigger and pixelated texture(around 1000px in width) of
> ingame map was not enough. So I created some renders and in the end I
> needed to add a tile map to meet the ever growing requirements of personal
> project. :)
> Used stack: TS + React + Leaflet-React and since it's a game map I am using
> CRS.Simple inside this project. I generated the base tileset using
> MapTiler. I just selected the "Raster" version and puff... It was working
> like a charm with Leaflet. But after seeing their price tags for basic
> features as raster widths, zoom levels and obnoxious level of watermarks I
> decided that it's a product that I don't want to support. So I started
> looking for an alternative solution.
> After a lot of struggles I found OSGeoLive and I could not be happier, one
> evening and I already have the maps, generated, without watermarks and in
> nice zoom levels... But... My maps are reversed around y axis.
> [image: image.png]
> As I tried to understand the subject and what Spatial Reference System
> should I use I used the recommended one "WGS84". And it is still reversed.
> I am so close to putting this problem behind me but still I lack the
> knowledge in this area. So does someone know what I should do to generate
> tiles properly so they would work out of the box just as they did with map
> tiler? Or meaby I should use some other tool after generating tiles?
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> Angelos Tzotsos, PhD
> Open Source Geospatial Foundationhttp://users.ntua.gr/tzotsos
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