GUI based Photorealistic Condor Scenery Tutorial - draft

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Re: GUI based Photorealistic Condor Scenery Tutorial - draft

Postby tangoeight » Wed Dec 06, 2017 9:50 pm

Andy1248 wrote:Tangoeight

What process/method do you use to combine the images and then create the Condor tiles?


See Tom's tutorial and spreadsheet linked in OP. I am following this pretty closely.

I wasn't able to make his tile conversion shell scripts work, but this is unnecessary because you can simply cut and paste a page of commands from the spreadsheet into the OSGeo4W shell and away it goes.

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Re: GUI based Photorealistic Condor Scenery Tutorial - draft

Postby Andy1248 » Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:30 pm

Thanks
Condor CN = E20

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Re: GUI based Photorealistic Condor Scenery Tutorial - draft

Postby tangoeight » Thu Dec 07, 2017 4:58 pm

Any Win10 powershell wizards here?

I want to rename a bunch of files from the command line as a batch, with wildcards...
for instance

Final_01_01.tif
Final_01_02.tif
...

to

Final_03_01.tif
Final_03_02.tif
...

Can't figure out how to make this go. point/click absolutely sucks when you have over 100 files to rename...

Edit:
Ugh... so this works...

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Get-ChildItem -Filter "Final_01*" | Rename-Item -newname {$_.name -replace 'Final_01','Final_03'}


But there must be an easier way....

Edit, again:

Here's a powershell script that works... still not in the simple/easy category

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$PreFix= "*"
$CurrentString= "Final_01"
$NewString= "Final_03"
$PostFix= "*"
Get-ChildItem -Filter "$PreFix$CurrentString$PostFix" | Rename-Item -NewName {$_.name -replace $CurrentString,$NewString }


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