I decided to start with a small scenery to find out the procedures and problems to bild a scenery. Still it covers more than the area that we could fly there (the air space have just changed). Once I succeed I will try to bild a biger scenery for Bebedouro (SDBB), Sao Paulo state, a vary good place to fly.
I have both .94 and .95 of the spreadsheet. In both I can't find where to input the name of the csv file name (CSVFileName) that would be used on the gdal command to cut the tiles (Terminal Entries, D18). Both on User_inputs (D46-D50)and Terminal Entries (E6-E11) tabs I see just folder names inputs.
I also suspect of the iamges projection. They are WRS- 2L andsat 7 ETM+ Level 1 GeoTIFF files from EarthExplorer. One folder of then, for example, is LE72180762015043CUB00, with 9 tif images, 3 text files (LE72180762015043CUB00_MTL.txt, LE72180762015043CUB00_GCP.txt, README.GTF) and one gap_mask folder. In the LE72180762015043CUB00_MTL.txt I can read:
GROUP = PROJECTION_PARAMETERS
MAP_PROJECTION = "UTM"
DATUM = "WGS84"
ELLIPSOID = "WGS84"
UTM_ZONE = 23
GRID_CELL_SIZE_PANCHROMATIC = 15.00
GRID_CELL_SIZE_REFLECTIVE = 30.00
GRID_CELL_SIZE_THERMAL = 30.00
ORIENTATION = "NORTH_UP"
RESAMPLING_OPTION = "CUBIC_CONVOLUTION"
SCAN_GAP_INTERPOLATION = 2.0
END_GROUP = PROJECTION_PARAMETERS
tberry wrote:Mauricio - I've been updating the spreadsheet to try to simplify the process and that is what is causing the confusion.
First - I think that 4 X 4 is the minimum size for Condor!
Second, do you have version .95 of the spreadsheet? Look at the "Info" tab to see. If so, you can input the values manually on the terminal entries tab in cells E6-E11 on that sheet.
Third - you are correct about the missing space in the sheet for the terminal entry to cut the tiles! Thank you for pointing it out. I'd changed this section but didn't test it. That was a bad idea. I'm glad you figured it out.
Lastly, do you know the details of the source images you are using to make the scenery? The black output is probably because the projection of the tiles is different from the U.S. ones. I would like to help you figure this out so other non-US image sources can be used.