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Here is a tutorial video explaining how you can download in an easy and fast way, images from Free Geospatial Services like Google, Yahoo, Bing and OpenStreetMap, using Longitude and Latitude coordinates. It is really easy and funny. Watch it now, you will learn how to use a new tool (Universal Maps Downloader) as well as teaching the newish to GIS how we deal with Longitude and Latitude coordinates on Google Earth.

 

To watch the free video tutorial, click on this link, http://skytoearth.co...s-in-7-minutes/


 

 

 

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Tools like this have been discussed here in the past, and I can't help but wonder how this is not in violation of the licensing terms used by Google etc. Especially the fact that you have to pay for the full version to download the higher zoomlevels is something I can't imagine Google being happy with :blink:


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Tools like this have been discussed here in the past, and I can't help but wonder how this is not in violation of the licensing terms used by Google etc. Especially the fact that you have to pay for the full version to download the higher zoomlevels is something I can't imagine Google being happy with :blink:

 

I agree. I'm pretty sure it's against Terms of Service. 







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