Convert JPEG2000 to GS7BG Online
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Conversion from JPEG2000 to GS7BG
Upload your JPEG2000 (JP2, J2K) data (widely used in software like ERDAS and KAKADU) and convert them by one click to GS7BG (GRD, GSAG, GSBG) format (widely used in software like Surfer).
About MyGeodata Converter
Our online converter of JPEG 2000 format to Golden Software ASCII and Binary Grid format (JPEG2000 to GS7BG) is fast and easy to use tool for both individual and batch conversions. Converter also supports more than 90 others vector and rasters GIS/CAD formats and more than 3 000 coordinate reference systems. If the coordinate system of your input data is not present or not recognized correctly, it is possible to assign the correct one. Then it is possible to transform your data to any other coordinate reference system.
Files can be uploaded using multiple selections or packed into any supported format (ZIP, RAR, 7Z, TAR, GZIP). If the input format is directory-based, it is necessary to pack whole directory - not only the content.
To avoid considerable servers loads we had to set conversions limits for each user - please see Free plan. If you exceeded the limit, you may register a prepaid plan - otherwise you will be charged by credit card during the conversion process (one-off payment). Your charges allow us to cover costs associated with the servers operation and to improve our service.
Supported coordinate reference systems
MyGeodata Converter supports more than 3 000 coordinate systems - including:
- WGS 84
- ETRS89 / LAEA Europe
- ETRS89 / UTM zone 30N (N-E)
- ETRS89 / UTM zone 29N
- MGI / Austria Lambert
- GDA94 / MGA zone 54
- GDA94 / MGA zone 55
- RGF93 / Lambert-93
- WGS 84 / UTM zone ...
- ED50 / TM27
- Amersfoort / RD New
- Pulkovo 1942 / Gauss-Kruger
- S-JTSK / Krovak
- Pseudo-Mercator, Spherical Mercator, Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, Bing
- OSGB 1936 / British National Grid - United Kingdom Ordnance Survey
- ... and 3 000+ other coordinate reference systems