Portable MAPC2MAPC 5.6.0
Portable MAPC2MAPC 5.6.0|All Windows(x32/x64) |rar|6.65 mb
MAPC2MAPC This program is designed to calibrate maps and to convert between the many calibration files in use to calibrate (ie locate on the earth) digital ...
Main functions: - - Load map images and calibrate them
- Load calibrations in many different formats and Datums
- View the calibrated map
- Crop and rescale maps whilst preserving the calibration
- Reproject maps to 'Plate Carre' (Equirectangular)
- Rotate maps to true North
- Fit maps to other projections and polynomial fit
- Read and Write Garmin Custom Maps (KMZ) and Write Trekbuddy Tiles and JNX files
- Read MrSID .sid and .jp2 files, GeoTiff and files that GDAL_Translate will process including ECW.
- Merge, join or overlay maps regardless of the scale or projection
- Draw tracks onto maps in a variety of styles (PLT, TXF, KML, GPX)
- Write several calibration formats
- Write Mobile Atlas tile sets as Offline Maps for Andnav, Back Country Navigator, Maverick, Orux,
Androzic, OZI CE, AlpineQuest, Rmaps (as SQLite), My Trails and OSMtracker
- Converts non-Garmin JNX files to Mobile Atlas
New for version:
Create files for Iphone BitMap application
Write GEMF maps
Write BSB Chart files (KAP)
Read WCI files
Write AFTRACK files compatible with Iphone Multiplans app
Option to save as JPG; paint SRTM Contours onto a map
Load track points as icons and faster processing of large TIFF files
Updated for 2016
When the Ordnance Survey released its Opendata product in 2010 it was a great advance but still lacking in quality compared to Landranger and Explorer products. I have merged this data with OS contour data and footpath data from Open Street Map to make a product specifically designed for loading into Smartphone applications. The digital map is copied to the device and used offline with no data charges. There is no limit to the number of devices on which you can use it. You are also free to print or publish from this mapping with the requirement that you include the messages at the base of this page and that this requirement be also passed on. These maps are very good value : Landranger maps are, typically, four times the price from a company such as Memory-map.
The mapping covers the whole of Great Britain - Northern Ireland is not covered by the Ordnance Survey. It is broken down into seven overlapping sections to keep each file less than 2GB. The files can be immediately used with Locus, RMAPS, Maverick and Back Country Navigator apps on Android and with Galileo GPS on iPhones and iPads. Free software - Mobile Atlas Creator available for Windows, Linux and MACs - will convert the data into a range of other formats for applications on Android, iOS (Apple), Symbian, Garmin and Magellan (see the last line of the Mobile Atlas Creator readme.htm for how to do this). MAPC2MAPC will allow you to view these maps (Utilities>View SQLITEDB map) and load, draw, edit and save GPX Tracks and Routes.
These maps are also available in OZI Explorer OZF2 format : click here for more details - and for Maaloo Outdoor : click here for details
These maps are also available by subscrion with the MyTrails Android app with a free 24-hour trial.
With these maps and applications you will (except in deep woods and gorges) be able to see where you are, where you have been and Descrion where you are going.
Read here why hiker, bikers, geocachers and others should consider a Smartphone instead of a GPS unit.
Please click here to a sample and full details or Email if you have any queries.
Click here for a comparison with OS Landranger and Explorer maps.
IBM or compatible Pentium/AMD processor (900 MHz or greater), 512 MB RAM or greater. 1024 x 768, 16-bit display (32-bit recommended)
Windows Vista all SP
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