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       gdal2tiles - Generates directory with TMS tiles, KMLs and simple web viewers.

SYNOPSIS [-p profile] [-r resampling] [-s srs] [-z zoom]
                     [-e] [-a nodata] [-v] [-q] [-h] [-k] [-n] [-u url]
                     [-w webviewer] [-t title] [-c copyright]
                     [-g googlekey] [-b bingkey] input_file [output_dir]


       This utility generates a directory with small tiles and metadata, following the OSGeo Tile
       Map Service Specification. Simple web pages with viewers based on Google Maps, OpenLayers
       and Leaflet are generated as well - so anybody can comfortably explore your maps on-line
       and you do not need to install or configure any special software (like MapServer) and the
       map displays very fast in the web browser. You only need to upload the generated directory
       onto a web server.

       GDAL2Tiles also creates the necessary metadata for Google Earth (KML SuperOverlay), in
       case the supplied map uses EPSG:4326 projection.

       World files and embedded georeferencing is used during tile generation, but you can
       publish a picture without proper georeferencing too.

       -p PROFILE, --profile=PROFILE:
           Tile cutting profile (mercator,geodetic,raster) - default 'mercator' (Google Maps

       -r RESAMPLING, --resampling=RESAMPLING:
           Resampling method (average,near,bilinear,cubic,cubicspline,lanczos,antialias) -
           default 'average'.

       -s SRS, --s_srs=SRS:
           The spatial reference system used for the source input data.

       -z ZOOM, --zoom=ZOOM:
           Zoom levels to render (format:'2-5' or '10').

       -e, --resume:
           Resume mode. Generate only missing files.

       -a NODATA, --srcnodata=NODATA:
           NODATA transparency value to assign to the input data.

       -v, --verbose
           Generate verbose output of tile generation.

       -q, --quiet
           Disable messages and status to stdout (GDAL >= 2.1).

           Number of processes to use for tiling (GDAL >= 2.3).

       -h, --help
           Show help message and exit.

           Show program's version number and exit.

       KML (Google Earth) options:

       Options for generated Google Earth SuperOverlay metadata

       -k, --force-kml
           Generate KML for Google Earth - default for 'geodetic' profile and 'raster' in
           EPSG:4326. For a dataset with different projection use with caution!

       -n, --no-kml:
           Avoid automatic generation of KML files for EPSG:4326.

       -u URL, --url=URL:
           URL address where the generated tiles are going to be published.

       Web viewer options:

       Options for generated HTML viewers a la Google Maps

       -w WEBVIEWER, --webviewer=WEBVIEWER:
           Web viewer to generate (all,google,openlayers,leaflet,none) - default 'all'.

       -t TITLE, --title=TITLE:
           Title of the map.

       -c COPYRIGHT, --copyright=COPYRIGHT:
           Copyright for the map.

       -g GOOGLEKEY, --googlekey=GOOGLEKEY:
           Google Maps API key from

       -b BINGKEY, --bingkey=BINGKEY:
           Bing Maps API key from

       NOTE: is a Python script that needs to be run against 'new generation'
       Python GDAL binding.


       Klokan Petr Pridal as a Google SoC 2007 Project.