This map does not yet have any images. If you're new to MapKnitter, try watching the tutorial video on the front page for a crash course in how to make a map.
To begin, simply drag images onto the map or click the
Upload button in the right sidebar.
Where can you find aerial images? Take them yourself with a camera on a balloon or kite, or out the window of an airplane.
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A new annotation system is under development; for now, click here to add annotations using the old system.
To try the new annotations system, click here:
To overlay a KML (temporarily only, for now!), click here:
Export maps to generate downloadable, printable, high-resolution files.
If you only need one or two images, consider using the new per-image download in the Images pane; to download a single full-resolution distorted image, click the
button next to the image.
From this panel you can export this map in a variety of formats. If you've changed the map at all since last exporting, you can re-run the export, but be aware that this will delete and replace previously exported files, so download them first if you want them. All formats are generated sequentially, so if you're waiting for a JPG you will have to let all the other formats complete first.
This may take some time - a large map could take as long as an hour or more. Closing this panel will not stop the export.
Prove that you're a person, then click EXPORT to begin:
Closing this window will not interrupt the export.
Having trouble? Taking too long? Click here to learn more about exporting and get help.
Tweak your export resolution; too high a resolution may stall the export (if the resulting file is too big!), while too low a resolution causes lots of processing to resize the images.
Graph coming soon.
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