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    MapCruncher Beta for Bing Maps

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    MapCruncher Beta for Bing Maps makes it easy to publish maps overlaid in an application using the Bing Map Control.
    • Version:

      3.2.0

      File Name:

      MapCruncherInstaller.exe

      Date Published:

      10/15/2007

      File Size:

      10.1 MB

        MapCruncher Beta for Bing Maps makes it easy to publish maps overlaid in an application using the Bing Map Control. Once you are familiar with the tool, it will take you about ten minutes to generate a new tile layer. Just find 5 to 10 corresponding landmarks on your map and on the Bing map view, and MapCruncher will register your map to the global coordinate system, warp it to fit a Mercator projection, and generate a set of image tiles that can be seamlessly layered on top of Bing map control's standard road, hybrid, or aerial imagery. It even makes a sample HTML page for reference.

        MapCruncher accepts a variety of vector formats (PDF, WMF, EMF) and raster formats (JPG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, BMP).
    • System Requirements
      Supported Operating System

      Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP

        PC with Pentium II or higher processor; Pentium III recommended
        Windows Vista, Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, or later operating system required
        For Windows Vista: 1 GB of RAM
        For Windows XP: 128 MB of RAM (256 MB recommended)
        For Windows Server 2003: 256 MB of RAM
        Running additional applications simultaneously may require additional memory
        Available hard-disk space: 13 MB. Some users may require up to an extra 100MB or more for output files (hard disk usage will vary depending on configuration)
        Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution monitor with 256 colors
        Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse, compatible pointing device
      • Download and run the MapCruncherInstall.exe.
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