How were you doing the warping yourself? Were you using the OMWarpingImage?
The other thing you can do is to run it through GDAL and turn it into
a set of tiles, and then use the
com.bbn.openmap.imageTile.MapTileLayer to display the tiles. If you
use GDAL to convert an image to tiles, you have to use a
the MapTileLayer. The MapTileLayer javadocs should have details on
how to do that.
> Hi There,
> I was curious if there is any code in OpenMap that would take an image file
> that is stored in line/sample (with the 4 corner point coordinates stored
> seperately), that rotates and skews the image so that it can be overlayed
> onto the map. The image may come from commercial airborne sensors and be in
> GeoTiff or JPEG format. I deally I would like to convert image to PNG where
> the black border pixels are made to be transparent. I had a method based on
> bilinear interpolation, but it is quite slow (8+seconds to convert).
> Randy Moore
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