How would I convert an osm file into a .jpg or *.tiff?

asked 09 Oct '14, 09:56

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By doing what is commonly called "rendering". The process of taking OSM data (node, ways and relations) generating geometric objects from the raw data and then "drawing" the objects in to a bitmap.

Both steps tend to be fully configurable (for example by deciding how wide a road of a certain classification should be drawn and in what color or which elements to draw at all).

A good renderer for investigating what can be done is maperitive (see maperitive.net ).

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answered 09 Oct '14, 10:44

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edited 09 Oct '14, 11:02

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If you only need to export small areas it's simple, click on share and set file type.alt text

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