Started by Menion, October 04, 2010, 12:26:26
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Quote from: "David"Hi All,I am trying to calibrate a topo map in the alps (Madonna di campiglio hiking map, first image in the webpage below)http://www.campigliodolomiti.it/lang/EN ... io,47.htmlusing Google earth to calibrate the map and generate a kml file and MAPC2MAPC to save a calibrated map directly in Mobile Atlas format, it even has atlas Locus / RMAPS sqlite.db.The procedure is very simple, described here:http://www.the-thorns.org.uk/mapping/GEcalibrate.pdfThe point is that... it does not work perfectly. The sqlitedb file is generated, I copied it underl Locus / maps and it is opened correctly almost in the right location, but it is not precise and some tiles seems to be missing.Did somebody try to calibrate a map in this way? If it would work, it would be much easier than the above methods... Am I doing something wrong?Thank you in advance,DavidEdit: I also wrote to the author of MAPC2MAPC, I will keep you informed...
Quote from: "menion"I suggest to run Mobac with custom "run.bat" file, containg: java -jar Mobile_Atlas_Creator.jar -Xmx 1024M this allow mobac to use enough memory to download really big maps
QuoteImportant is output format. Set it to BigPlanet/RMaps SQLite.