I would like to use projected map for displaying satellite images(tif) just like
commercially available or opensource 2D image displaying software/utilities.
Some testing also done with osgearth. It's fine to me. But want to know is there any difference
in terms of quality? I know well that osgearth is meant for high performance 3D visualization and I have been using as well. But kindly clarify me to use it for 2D applications.
On the projected map, I display only a small scene and tried to disable the visibility of background map.
Though, I get white background layer. SetNodeMask(0) to mapnode disables completely including my scene. How to disable the visibility of background(base layer)?
I built osgearth-2.10.1 on osg-3.4.2 and included GLCORE while building to support GL3.
At the end of build, with osgearth_version --caps, it shows "core profile = off".
On running earth file, the command prompt shows
"Non-GL3 compatibility version...".
I am not sure why GL3 was not included.???
And, my rendering has slowed as well. Had GL3 absence effect on performance?
Another observation is that while zooming in osgearth I get smoothed display.
I would like to have pixel wise discrimination in the way other display utilities doing
(depicted in the attachment). How can it be done?