Blog : Google Earth (KML)

16
APR.20
Capture and import Google Earth images (.geprint)

Google Earth allows you to save any image of the maps that are shown on the screen considering which are the active Places and Layers along with a configuration file (.geprint) that stores the Map options but also the Map... more


16
MAR.20
Exporting 3D to Google Earth (KML, KMZ)

Although you can find several examples in this Blog where you can see how to export 3D objects to Google Earth basing their altitudes on an attached data or on their constant Z elevation, you can also export native 3D... more


17
SEP.19
Road and street profiles from your DWGs or maps

Google Earth includes a little-known function that allows you to analyze the elevation profiles of roads, streets, highways, railways, paths, etc. polylines. The tools for export/publish to KML or KMZ files from your flat 2D (or 3D) drawings and maps... more


13
JUN.19
Two ways to bring your drawings or maps to Google Earth

Google Earth is one of the most popular platforms for 2D and 3D visualization of spatial and geographic information, not only because it is free and very accessible to any non-expert user, but also because of the included tools... more


15
MAY.18
Reducing images size when Publishing to Google Earth

Under certain conditions, displaying large images on ‘Google Earth’ may cause problems. These images can be replaced by a “cross” in order to indicate that the real image cannot be loaded on the map. Other times, images may be... more


27
MAR.18
Exporting images to Google Earth too

Although ‘Publishing to Google Earth’ from a drawing (AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD) is one of the most popular features among the ‘Spatial Manager’ users, very few are aware of the possibility of including attached images in the drawing as part... more