Geographic Imager for Adobe Photoshop
Geographic Imager for Adobe Photoshop:
The Geographic Imager for Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 allows you
to access all the tools and functions quickly and easily for
Imagery Manipulation (Remote Sensing).
Retain spatial propertiesGeographic Imager allows the use of Adobe Photoshop native
functionality without destroying the spatial properties of an image.
other Photoshop compatible raster data formats.
Export reference files as standard industry formats.
Import elevation data
Now import DEM formats such as ArcInfo ASCII Grid, ArcInfo Binary Grid, DEM USGS/CDED ASCII, Military Electations Data/DTED and SRTM. Also new support for other formats such as
ECW, JPEG 2000 and MrSID.
Georeference non-referenced imagery
CropThe GeoCrop tool allows image cropping based on a combination of pixels or geographic coordinates (geodetic and projected). Also GeoCrop Import lets you crop images before they are opened.
Merge and Split Channels
Adobe Photoshop Merge and Split Channels are now supported. Create false- and true-colour images while retaining georeferencing.
Geographic Imager Full Version
* version 2.x for Adobe Photoshop CS2*, CS3 & CS4
Geographic Imager upgrade
* from version 1.x to 2.x
Geographic Imager Floating licenses
* US$1,599 for each concurrent user when 1 to 4 licenses are purchased
* pricing available for 5 or more concurrent users.
Geographic Imager & MAPublisher bundle
* Geographic Imager 2.x and MAPublisher 8.x
* Adobe Photoshop CS2 users require Geographic Imager 2.0
All products are shipped by UPS by default. If you prefer another method or to have the shipping charges billed to your account please indicate so when ordering. All prices are shown in U.S. dollars ($USD). Shipping charges (for a single item) are as follows:
* Economy delivery to anywhere in the US and Canada — $35
* Overnight delivery to anywhere in the US and Canada — US$55
* Delivery to anywhere in Western Europe — $85 (£51**)
* Delivery to most other places — $120
** price correct/conversion on 10/08/2009
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