Export to kml files
This tool is designed to work together with Google Earth. If you don't have it installed, you may download it from here.
The export to Kmz option is one of the options available under the Export tools:
This option allows you to export layers to a Kmz file, for use in Google Earth.
1. Select the option "Export to Kmz files (Google earth)".
This window will open:
The export window has the following options:
- Select all: This option will select all the listed layers. If you select All layers, the export may take a while.
- Only visible layers: This option will select only layers which are currently visible. The application will inform the number of selected layers.
- Export with attributes of layer: This option includes the associated data of the exported layers.
- Open with Google Earth: This option will open the exported file with Google Earth (if it's installed in your computer).
2. Once you have defined your export options and the layers that you would like to export have been selected, you can select the Export button.
3. Then, it will ask you to enter a location and filename for the exported .kmz file
3. You will see a progress bar during the export process.
This process may be cancelled by the user at any time, clicking on the 'Cancel' button
4. Once it has finished, it will give you a message that the process has been completed. If you selected the option 'Open with Google Earth', the Google Earth application will open and the .kmz file will be shown. If you didn't chose the option or the file doesn't open, you can start Google Earth and open the recently created file.
Considerations when viewing the layers in Google Earth
In Google Earth, the exported file from GeoAgro GIS can be viewed under the folder "Temporary places".
Also, each of the layers can be viewed as a folder, as shown in the following figure.
Inside each later, every feature and associated data are included. You can view data by clicking on each feature.
For more information on using Google earth, please visit: http://www.google.com/earth/index.html.