Archive for September, 2008
As an ArcGIS extension, Arc2Earth was initially built as a highly efficient tool for exporting ArcGIS data including the geometric representations of the data, labels, renderers, graphics, and layouts into a format that Google Earth understands. However, Arc2Earth has evolved into more than just an ArcGIS data export tool for Google Earth. In addition to all the great export functionality you can also import KML/KMZ files directly to ArcGIS in geodatabase format, view raster tiles (aerial and hybrid imagery) provided by Microsoft, Yahoo, and Ask.com from within ArcMap, export your data as map tiles to Google Maps and Virtual Earth, publish data to web enabled viewers, automate exports through the scheduler process, and much more.
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