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SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1
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SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1 is a powerful data conversion tool which is able to convert files between the common GIS formats to the SuperGeo self-defined formats. Therefore, your data can be used in SuperGeo series products, and also the SuperGeo self-defined formats can be used in other related platforms or systems. You will no longer need to worry the compatibility of GIS data, and the data can be shared and compatible.

SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1 supports to convert raster data, vector data, and network data. Furthermore, SuperGIS Data Convertor 3.1 can also help you convert the spatial reference of the data, so you can convert the file formats and spatial references at the same time.

SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1 supports to convert raster data, vector data, and Network data.
Powerful File Conversion Capability

SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1 is suitable for users at all levels, and even light users can easily convert the data. Besides the basic data conversion, a number of advanced conversion functionalities are provided by SuperGIS DataConvertor for heavy users to deal with more complicated tasks.

You may want to convert quantities of data or the data in different folders in the computer; with the batch conversion functionality, you are able to select multiple files in different formats in a single folder to convert or select numerous folders and SuperGIS DataConvertor will be able to select the files in the same formats in the selected folders to convert automatically. As a result, you will no longer need to convert large volume of files one by one so that not only the format conversion manipulation can be shortened but also the working efficiency can be raised.

SuperGIS DataConvertor provides the batch conversion functionality.
Converting Various File Formats

Besides Raster Data, SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1 also provides conversion for Vector Data and NRT Data for users to choose.

In the mode of Vector Data, you can convert the files between SuperGeo self-defined GEO vector format and other common vector formats. SuperGIS DataConvertor supports to convert GEO format to 8 kinds of vector formats, such as Standard Exchange Format (*.sef) and supports to convert 10 types of vector formats, such as Standard Exchange Format (*.sef) to GEO format. If you choose Raster Data mode, you can convert the files between SuperGeo self-defined format (*.sgr) and common raster data formats. It supports to convert SGR format to 3 types of raster formats, like LAN File (*.lan), or convert 8 types of raster data, such as LAN File (*.lan) to SGR format. In NRT mode, the two vector formats, SuperGeo Format (*.geo) and ESRI Shape (*.shp) are supported to convert to NRT format.

Support for Spatial Reference Conversion
The spatial reference of the data is usually converted during the process of data format conversion; SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1 definitely supports the task. While you are converting the spatial reference of the data, the spatial reference of the input data should be known in order to convert the spatial reference correctly. Therefore, as the data contain the correct spatial reference, the data can be overlaid with other data correctly to maximize the value of the data.
Other Advanced Conversion Setting

In addition to the common format conversion, SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1 also supports conversion for some special file formats.

For example, CAD file can record several types of features (point, line, polygon) in a single file, which is different from common GIS vector formats that can only record one type of feature in a single file. Therefore, while converting these special file formats, you need to set the output settings in CAD settings window to correctly convert GEO format to the CAD file format to satisfy your needs.

Advanced Conversion Settings 1

Furthermore, when you would like to convert raster file formats and NRT file formats, there are some advanced settings users can adjust to output the most suitable files. For example, in raster data mode, you can adjust the compression mode and output quality. In outputting NRT files, you also can set Turn Threshold, Turn Cost, Weight, etc in Settings window so that the converted files can be used for Network analysis more appropriately.

Advanced Conversion settings 2

With the advanced conversion settings in SuperGIS DataConvertor 3.1, users’ needs to convert files will be satisfied more completely.


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