Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

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luisbriones
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Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

Postby luisbriones » Thu May 04, 2017 10:00 pm

Hi,

After reading tutorials and trying out many things for several days, I found a way to make photorealistic scenarios in a relatively simple way using the SAS.Planet and QGIS software.

I share this tutorial that I wrote based on the two existing ones. I hope this tutorial will be useful to someone.

Here is the link to download:
http://aeroroca.com.ar/varios/Easy%20way%20to%20making%20a%20photo-realistic%20Condor%20scenery.pdf

Regards,

Luis

kant
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Re: Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

Postby kant » Fri May 05, 2017 8:11 pm

many thanks for sharing your work, Luis.

Kudos!!

Rene Queiroz
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Re: Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

Postby Rene Queiroz » Sat May 06, 2017 11:36 pm

Good Job!!!! Tanks and congrats!!!!
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luisbriones
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Re: Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

Postby luisbriones » Sun May 07, 2017 2:19 am

you welcome.

Rene, How long is your Bariloche scenery?

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Re: Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

Postby Andy1248 » Sun May 07, 2017 3:36 pm

Many thanks for this excellent guide.

I am fortunate in having 'Global Mapper' which means once the geotif is obtained it can be loaded straight into Global mapper and converted to UTM. There is then a facility to cut the image from a top left corner reference into 46080 metre squares. 46080 metre squares are perfect for Condor.

This has speeded up my scenery generation no end. :D
Condor CN = E20

luisbriones
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Re: Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

Postby luisbriones » Sun May 07, 2017 4:35 pm

Andy1248 wrote:Many thanks for this excellent guide.

I am fortunate in having 'Global Mapper' which means once the geotif is obtained it can be loaded straight into Global mapper and converted to UTM. There is then a facility to cut the image from a top left corner reference into 46080 metre squares. 46080 metre squares are perfect for Condor.

This has speeded up my scenery generation no end. :D


I suppose that there are many way to do this with QGIS. I'm not a expert in this software. Far away from that.

It's good idea to research about it.

Regards,

Luis

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Re: Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

Postby tberry » Sun May 07, 2017 7:34 pm

It's worth noting that SAS.Planet obtains its images from copyrighted sources and sceneries created using those images cannot be legally distributed to others. If you wish to make a scenery for distribution, use Landsat imagery.

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Re: Easy way to making a photo-realistic Condor scenery

Postby luisbriones » Mon May 08, 2017 12:52 am

tberry wrote:It's worth noting that SAS.Planet obtains its images from copyrighted sources and sceneries created using those images cannot be legally distributed to others. If you wish to make a scenery for distribution, use Landsat imagery.


You can obtain Landsat images with SAS. Look for ESRI->ArcGIS.Landsat.


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