[HOT] Bad image quality
nick.allen.54 at gmail.com
Tue May 5 07:05:17 UTC 2015
Thanks for that. I'm only using my phone at the moment and was having
problems trying to find an answer.
Jean-Guilhem is the real expert on this. Get back in touch if still having
dodgy didgits as using a phone with a spell chequer.
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team Member
On 5 May 2015 08:00, "Jean-Guilhem Cailton" <jgc at arkemie.com> wrote:
> Hi Greg,
> You can also try with the post-event DigitalGlobe imagery, that has a
> broad coverage, including of the area near Borang where you are mapping.
> It is for example linked from the instructions for job 1030
> URL for JOSM:
> and for iD:
> I think there was also some imagery for Borang made available by HIU
> (may be the same or not).
> Best wishes,
> Le 05/05/2015 00:11, Gregory Trolliet a écrit :
> > Hey Nick,
> > Thanks for your answer, I didn't got any other.
> > The problem was on this task :
> > http://tasks.hotosm.org/project/1018#task/2058
> > I switched to JOSM but still, with Bing or MapBox Satelite, I got only
> > a realy bad resolution. I was wondering if it was possible to have a
> > better source.
> > Could you check for me?
> > Sorry, I just start maping here :D
> > Thanks for your answers and please forgive my bad english, not my main
> > language...
> > Cheers.
> > Greg
> > Le 04.05.2015 22:12, Nick Allen a écrit :
> > > Greg,
> > > Not sure if your question got overlooked. Can you clarify which
> > > project you're looking at?
> > > Nick (OSM=Tallguy)
> > > dodgy didgits as using a phone with a spell chequer.
> > > Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Member
> > > On 4 May 2015 10:02, "Gregory Trolliet"
> > > <gregory.trolliet at openmailbox.org
> > > <mailto:gregory.trolliet at openmailbox.org>> wrote:
> > > Hey guys,
> > > I'm kinda new here and I'm mostly marking houses and roads for now.
> > > I am editing with the iD editor. I tried to do the task #2058 but
> > > the image quality is realy poor. I've seen somebody put some houses
> > > (which is impossible with this image quality), how did he find this
> > > out? Is there an option to have a better image quality image?
> > > Thanks for the answers. Greg
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