Bug report #4943
Georeferenced plugin don't put projection into tif
|Affected QGIS version:||master||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||ALL||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||worksforme|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||14740|
I'm using some, non referenced raster in tif.
I use georeference plugin with some points to make georeferenced tif.
I set projection output.
I obtain a filename_georef.tif and a filename_georef.tif.aux.xml
When I open this filename_georef.tif as a raster layer in QGIS, QGIS ask me what's the projection of this raster.
Why don't QGIS find the projection ?
If I use raster re-projection to set from LAMBERT III->LAMBERT 93, I obtain just ONE file filename.tif
This filename.tif have projection inside, because QGIS don't ask me to set a projection on open this file, and QGIS set it to the right projection.
So I ask to haev the same behaviour into the georeference plugin. I want to obtain a tif that contain its projection inside.
#1 Updated by Patrice Vetsel - about 9 years ago
This morning I was looking at the gdal scripts generated by the georeference plugin. I can't find in it any references to "-s_srs" or "-t_srs" (instead of scripts generated by raster reprojection).
I think this is why the geotiff don't contain in it it's own projection. Can we fix that ?