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gdal_tiler.py -- converts a GDAL-compatible map file (dataset) into a set of zoom-levelled tile directories (a pyramid). A few output pyramid structure/projections (profiles) are supported: compatible with Google Maps (native and TMS-comatible), Google Earth, Yandex and generic. The script is relatively fast, especially when processing a paletted source in the "draft mode" or rendering a few datasets simultaneously. It is also less picky with dataset formats and projections. In particular, it ca
ImageAlphaCreate paletted (2 to 8-bit) PNGs with alpha channel preserved. Easy zooming and multiple backgrounds let you inspect transparencies closely and find optimal number of colors. The application is written in Python. Any help is appreciated.