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    Default Hema 2012 map collection

    I converted the Hema 2012 collection to ECW and the old OZI OZFX3 (unprotected) format.
    Files are unmodified in terms of map collar or image manipulations.
    For the PNG files all vital infos in the form of projection and other support files are included, allowing easy use or converting into other formats.


    The Ozi files have been created from PNG files using the old 3.03 version of the image tool.
    These files should be usable for all programs that support the Ozi format.
    Since no prtotection is used in the old version you can modify the files with any supporting software.

    All files are Lat/Long based so some maps my seem to be a bit distorted.
    That is not a converting fault but the way the files came.
    Instead of using the map datum of the paper source Hema used the coordinate grid for the calibration.
    I could not convert the topo maps as they are in a protected format that I could not convert (yet ).
    But since topographic data usually does not change much I think the topo maps from older versions are still good enough if you don't have other alternatives at hand.
    You can also download the elevation data manually to create realistic 3D maps as supported in Ozi2D for example.

    Overview of the included maps:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Download the PNG collection [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] or use the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] version.
    Password for all my files: downunder

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    These seem to be hi-def pics of the paper maps layed out on a table?

    qn4rye

    Still they have a huge wealth of info in them, fascinating stuff!
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    raster HEMA 2012-13 Austalia | OZIEXPLORER

    HEMA 2012-13 Austalia | OZIEXPLORER

    Hemas digital maps of
    Australia up until 2013

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    [hide]http://pirateproxy.net/torrent/8518040/HEMA.2012.Austalia.OZIEXPLORER-mapPirate[/hide]

    Last edited by Schermann; 29th May 2013 at 19:22.
    25jkpah

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    Did you check if the files are actually usuable?
    Password for all my files: downunder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downunder35m View Post
    Did you check if the files are actually usuable?
    Yes, they are really quite good. The example image I posted comes from this download.

    qn4rye

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