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gdalmanageIdentify, delete, rename and copy raster data files.
Usage: gdalmanage mode [-r] [-u] [-f format] datasetname [newdatasetname]
The gdalmanage program can perform various operations on raster data files, depending on the chosen mode. This includes identifying raster data types and deleting, renaming or copying the files. mode: Mode of operation identify datasetname: List data format of file. copy datasetname newdatasetname: Create a copy of the raster file with a new name. rename datasetname newdatasetname: Change the name of the raster file. delete datasetname: Delete raster file. -r: Recursively scan files/folders for raster files. -u: Report failures if file type is unidentified. -f format: Specify format of raster file if unknown by the application. Uses short data format name (e.g. GTiff). datasetname: Raster file to operate on. newdatasetname: For copy and rename modes, you provide a source filename and a target filename, just like copy and move commands in an operating system.
Using identify mode Report the data format of the raster file by using the identify mode and specifying a data file name: $ gdalmanage identify NE1_50M_SR_W.tif NE1_50M_SR_W.tif: GTiff Recursive mode will scan subfolders and report the data format: $ gdalmanage identify -r 50m_raster/ NE1_50M_SR_W/ne1_50m.jpg: JPEG NE1_50M_SR_W/ne1_50m.png: PNG NE1_50M_SR_W/ne1_50m_20pct.tif: GTiff NE1_50M_SR_W/ne1_50m_band1.tif: GTiff NE1_50M_SR_W/ne1_50m_print.png: PNG NE1_50M_SR_W/NE1_50M_SR_W.aux: HFA NE1_50M_SR_W/NE1_50M_SR_W.tif: GTiff NE1_50M_SR_W/ne1_50m_sub.tif: GTiff NE1_50M_SR_W/ne1_50m_sub2.tif: GTiff.fi Using copy mode Copy the raster data: $ gdalmanage copy NE1_50M_SR_W.tif ne1_copy.tif Using rename mode Rename raster data: $ gdalmanage rename NE1_50M_SR_W.tif ne1_rename.tif Using delete mode Delete the raster data: gdalmanage delete NE1_50M_SR_W.tif
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