[ QGIS ] – Georeferencing Aerial Imagery

[ QGIS ] – Georeferencing Aerial Imagery

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In the tutorial Georeferencing Topo Sheets and Scanned Maps we covered the basic process of georeferencing in QGIS. That method involved reading the coordinates from your scanned map and inputting it manually. Many times though you may not have the coordinates printed on your map, or you are trying to georeference an image. In that case, you can use another georeferenced data source as your input. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use existing open data sources in your georeferencing process.

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