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DEM Earth

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Anyone out there interested in doing Landscapes in C4D, might want to consider looking at DEM Earth..

 

Intro Docs..

 

Some Setup Videos on VIM

 

 

Dynamic, high res landscapes with automated download for height data

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World wide coverage at 30meter and 90meter resolution, via the DEM Earh Server

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Access to Water layers for the entire planet

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Realtime Strata simulation

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Overlay Openstreetmap splines directly on DEM Earth (seperate OSM mporter required)

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KizoDemEarthTest.jpg

 

 

 

If anyone has any questions, I will do my best to answer them.

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Wow, that is really cool.

 

A couple questions:

 

Are the texture files that it creates geotiffs or some other format that retains geo coordinates?

 

Is there any way to specify a different source for the imagery other than what's in that list?

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Wow, that is really cool.

 

A couple questions:

 

Are the texture files that it creates geotiffs or some other format that retains geo coordinates?

 

Is there any way to specify a different source for the imagery other than what's in that list?

>Are the texture files that it creates geotiffs or some other format that retains geo coordinates?

the textures are stored as png and the reference coordinates in the georefernce tag.Its very easy to use and understand.

 

>Is there any way to specify a different source for the imagery other than what's in that list?

you can use any texure from any source, you just need a world file (geographic) and WGS84 Datum. You then simply drag and drop the world file into C4D and DEM Earth will automatically download the height data for you, and match it up to your image.

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