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geotifcp - Copy TIFF with updated GeoTIFF Metadata
geotifcp [options] [-e esri_worldfile] [-g metadata] input output
geotifcp is identical in function to the LIBTIFF program tiffcp, with the additional feature that if the "-g" option is used the GeoTIFF information from the file will be installed into the output file. The "-e worldfile" option will override the tiepoint and scale information from the metadata file based on the contents of the ESRI worldfile. If the "-g" option is not used the geotiff information from the source file is preserved in the new output file. "geotifcp" inherits all the other file-transformation capabilities of the tiffcp program; for help on the additional parameters give the command: % geotifcp -h The metadata format is the same as is described in the listgeo(1) program. Normally metadata files for use with geotifcp are generated from a similar file with listgeo, and then modified by hand as required.
-g file install GeoTIFF metadata from file -4 proj4_str install GeoTIFF metadata from proj4 string -e file install positioning info from ESRI Worldfile file -a append to output instead of overwriting -8 write BigTIFF instead of default ClassicTIFF -o offset set initial directory offset -p contig pack samples contiguously (e.g. RGBRGB...) -p separate store samples separately (e.g. RRR...GGG...BBB...) -s write output in strips -t write output in tiles -i ignore read errors -d truncate 8 bitspersample to 4bitspersample -r # make each strip have no more than # rows -w # set output tile width (pixels) -l # set output tile length (pixels) -f lsb2msb force lsb-to-msb FillOrder for output -f msb2lsb force msb-to-lsb FillOrder for output -c lzw[:opts] compress output with Lempel-Ziv & Welch encoding -c zip[:opts] compress output with deflate encoding -c jpeg[:opts] compress output with JPEG encoding -c packbits compress output with packbits encoding -c g3[:opts] compress output with CCITT Group 3 encoding -c g4 compress output with CCITT Group 4 encoding -c none use no compression algorithm on output Group 3 options: 1d use default CCITT Group 3 1D-encoding 2d use optional CCITT Group 3 2D-encoding fill byte-align EOL codes For example, -c g3:2d:fill to get G3-2D-encoded data with byte-aligned EOLs JPEG options: # set compression quality level (0-100, default 75) r output color image as RGB rather than YCbCr For example, -c jpeg:r:50 to get JPEG-encoded RGB data with 50% comp. quality LZW and deflate options: # set predictor value For example, -c lzw:2 to get LZW-encoded data with horizontal differencing