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• 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.
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.