40124Re: [OziUsers-L] OziExplorer still in business?
- Jan 14, 2014Wondering what happened when I tried to convert images with some craphics program, I think I never managed in it as I ended up in dead end.. Maybe they just were too big to convert with my PC.
On 14.1.2014 10:01, Teppo wrote:
Sure, I mean that to start with, you are not able to save merged map in OE, https://www.dropbox.com/s/ryj4y4dk5d5j3sk/Screenshot%202014-01-14%2009.30.04.png . Then for a registered version of Merge map I wrote a comment in my point of view while ago, so more or less useless for me as working with a maps that I do, 22000x22000 meter/pixel:2,0 OZF2 files. Only thing that I got working in img2ozf2 program is uncompressed TIF's and mapmerge does not have that option. Strange, isn't it?
Message:38254, 05 May 2012 by me.
"Bought the merge licence, I need/would like to modify my merged maps and
get them back to ozf2. It creates few different pics types, JPG, PNG TIFF
and BMP. png and jpg are not stable ones. BMP are too big to convert
back to ozf2 with my 4gb ram or with anything I assume, TIF's are
combressed,there is no possibility to create uncompressed TIF and
img2ozf does not accept any compressed TIF's(?????). So conclution,
there is nothing that I need that fullversion of Mapmerge does, so
consider closely what you need before paying.
On 13.1.2014 22:11, Bill Bradshaw wrote:
You made the comment about not saving stitched ozf3. Would you go into
I registered ozi map merge. I find it very useful.
In Alaska our USGS maps are not rectified (squared off). I run
individual maps through map merge and save it as a graphics file and
have a rectified map I can more easity use for stitching, etc. I do
just about all of my stitching with Panavue rather than merging files.
I can take ozf(x) files and convert them back into a graphics format.
Brought to you from Anchorage, Alaska.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Teppo" <teppo.rapo@...>
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2014 12:57 AM
Subject: Re: [OziUsers-L] OziExplorer still in business?
Have to comment about this, as I do think that this is calm before the
storm as they say. I am a heavy user of ozi by manipulating tracks and
maps. I'm a bit concerned about the future of Ozi, as It comes more and
more limited, as it already has by prohibiting saving of stiched ozfx3
for instance. So, I hold the copy of the present Ozi installation file
to be used after Ozi becomes useless for me to use in my hobbies.
Development used to be off-road/outdoor and mapping-enthusiast
orientated (Thats me!) but changes looks like orientated for more
dollars only. I would pay for annual fee instead of Ozi going into
direction that it is heading at the moment in my oppinion. Have all the
products and use them more or less daily.
On 13.1.2014 4:10, David Read wrote:
> On 1/13/2014 6:21 AM, Outback Australia wrote:
> > Is Des Newman and OziExplorer still in business?
> > No updates to Windows and more so Android version. The Ozi Android
> > version is well overdue for some fixes and updates. Last update for
> > Ozi
> > Android was 23rd May 2013. With the bugs and issues with Ozi Android
> > expected to see some more releases.
> According to the "future changes" page, Des is still working on a
> rewrite of the full Ozi.
> Maybe there are a few snags along the way ....
> If you want accurate info from the horse's mouth, contact the horse at
> South Oz
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