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Option:

•  Save as KML / KMZ : Create the output file name.

•  Name : Column that contains the names for the images.

•  Image List :

   ○  Image name : Select the column that contains the names of the images to be displayed in Google Earth. This program supports .BMP, .JPG, .PNG, .GIF, .TGA, and .TIF images.

     Select the Matching ZIP File : Get the image compression package.

Altitude Type :

     Clamp to Ground : Choose this for the polygon to lie along the ground topography.

    Relative to Ground : Choose this if the Altitude columns defined above list elevations above ground.

     Absolute : Choose this if the Altitude columns list absolute elevations, regardless of the ground elevations at those locations.

Altitude(Meters) : Column that contains the elevations where the images are to be displayed.

•  Midpoint :

    Longitude(Degrees) : Column that contains the longitude coordinations for the center of the images.

    Latitude(Degrees) : Column that contains the latitude coordinations for the center of the images.

•  Width(Meters) : the numeric values that define the width (horizontal, or west-to-east dimensions) of the image when displayed in Google Earth.

•  Height(Meters) : the numeric values that define the height (vertical, or south-to-north dimensions) of the image when displayed in Google Earth.


Step:

1. Create a new datasheet and enter or import the necessary data.

2. Select the Images | Midpoint.

3. Enter the options as described above.

4. Click the OK button.

5. You can get a KMZ file.