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|* [[coverage_p.in]] (if you tell it not to use all images, it will use this file)||* [[coverage_p.in]] (if you tell it not to use all images, it will use this file) (needs to be the same format as PICTLIST.TXT)|
Generates global coverage of what images exist. You specify what the resolution limit for images to show [in km]. This will ignore tucked or removed (#) images. It can use PICTLIST.TXT for all images or coverage_p.in for a subset of images. This takes an hour or more to run, most of it was between the two questions it asks you. I suggest that you use a script to run the command.
Input - files
PICTLIST.TXT (default if you tell it to Use All Images)
coverage_p.in (if you tell it not to use all images, it will use this file) (needs to be the same format as PICTLIST.TXT)
Input - stdin
- Resolution in km. What is the worst resolution image you want displayed.
- NOTE. It takes about an hour to initialize the program. Thus, you will tell it the resolution then have to wait an hour before it asks you "Use All Images".
coverage_p .0004 y
- coverage_p.pgm - a global map showing all of the image's footprints