CARIS Easy View 4.2.13 freeware
The program can render the loaded spatial data in a three-dimensional mode, allowing you to view your project from any angle. It is even possible to record videos of your fly-throughs and save them to AVI files.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||View Spatial Data, View Map, Analyze Map, Map, Model, Surface, Geography|
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|4.2.13||Aug 27, 2015||New Release||Consistent user experience in 2D and 3D
The properties for coverages have been redesigned and apply both in 2D and 3D. A number of new options are presented including the ability to drape high resolution imagery (e.g. backscatter) over elevations in both 2D and 3D views.
Also, a new user interface is provided to investigate the processing lineage of a dataset recorded in the metadata.
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Coordinate reference system enhancements
The coordinate reference system (CRS) functionality has been augmented with EPSG CRS and transformations, such as NTv2. The user interface was upgraded with a new look and with additional capabilities. Users can now build a favourites list, see a list of recently used CRS entries, search for new entries and investigate all aspects of the selected reference system or transformation.
Note that if an incorrect CRS has been selected when opening a dataset in the application, it is now possible to change the CRS in the Properties window wh
|4.1.11||Aug 27, 2015||New Release||Expanded support for commonly used geospatial data formats (e.g. BAG, GeoTIFF, S-57) and web services (WMS, WCS, WMTS, WTMS).
Upgraded support for non-proprietary BAG format to version 1.5.2, which is the latest
version provided by the Open Navigation Surface Working Group.