KML to SVG Converter

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Notice to KML: Data in KML format is stored in WGS 84 SRS. Please only use WGS 84 output SRS if you are converting to KML format.

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The KML to SVG is an application for fast visualization of Geo Data1 and allows the user to save the result to any device without needing any other software.
 
 
You can upload recorded routes by GPS-tracker to the GIS Viewer. View Geo Data of your activities (run, walk, hike, drive) by yourself or share the result with your co-workers, your family and your closest friends even if you are far away from each other.
All you need is a GIS file in any of the supported formats:
  • gpx
  • kml, kmz
  • geojson, json, topojson
  • shp, dbf, shx, cpg, prj, qix
  • mif, mid
  • tab, map, id, dat
  • gdb, gdbtable, gbdtablx
  • gml
  • osm
  • csv
  • tif, geotiff
  • asc
Once rendered, the GIS Viewer allows to download the rendered Geo data in the popular raster or vector formats: PNG, JPEG, BMP, PDF, SVG.

KML Keyword Markup Language

KML (Keyhole Markup Language) contains geospatial information in XML notation. KML can be opened in Geographic Information System (GIS) applications provided they support it. Many applications have started providing support for KML format after it has been adopted as international standard.

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SVG Scalar Vector Graphics

An SVG file is a Scalar Vector Graphics file that uses XML based text format for describing the appearance of an image. The word Scalable refers to the fact that the SVG can be scaled to different sizes without losing any quality.

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how to

How to convert KML to SVG

  • Drop/upload a GIS file or select it from your cloud storage.
     
  • Select the render format from the drop-down list (the default format is PNG)
  • Select the render scale (the default scale is medium)
  • Select the Map reference system2 (the default system is Wgs84).
    Use a popular spatial reference system from a list or choose a custom system to enter the functioning EPSG code (4–5-digit numbers that represent coordinate reference system definitions) by yourself.
    We recommend choose "Undefined" to avoid repeated redefinition of the coordinate system (SRS).
     
  • The GIS Viewer allows the user to adjust Map Rendering Settings for the most accurate result:
    - Map Width and Map Height are for setting the exact dimensions of the render scale,
     
    - Padding is a padding from the edges of the image(map),
    - Warp Height and Warp Width are for changing the resolution of a raster image(map),
    - Extent.XMin, ExtentXmax, extent.YMin, Extent.YMax are to specify the bounds of a map to render. If no values are set, GIS Viewer automatically adds all objects from the GIS file to the rendered map.
  • Click the "Generate" button after all – GIS Viewer quickly processes and displays Geo Data on the screen. You can change the position and the scale of the rendered map with a computer mouse.
  • Click the "Download" to download the rendered file to any device, you can also save it to the cloud storage Drop Box or Google Drive by click the relevant links.
Features of the Aspose.Gis Viewer free app

FAQ

More detailed information can be found by going to kml to svg

  1. How can I open a GIS file in the viewer?

    First, you need to add a GIS file: drag and drop the GIS file or click inside the white area to select the file. Then choose the format for rendering your file. Select output image size and reference system. Then click on the "Generate" button. The result will be rendered in a special window, after which it can be downloaded from the link.
  2. Can I open multiple files at once?

    Yes, you can open multiple files if they complement each other's information. Both parallel loading of GIS files and loading of archives with files are supported.
  3. 📁 In what formats can I render GIS files?

    You can render to PNG, JPEG, PDF, BMP, SVG.
  4. Can I set parameters for rendering a GIS file?

    Yes, you can. Just click on the "Open options" button and you will be presented with a panel with advanced settings for rendering a GIS file.
  5. 🛡️ Is it safe to use the Viewer app?

    Of course! The link to download the results files will be available immediately after conversion. We delete downloaded files after 24 hours and download links will stop working after this period. Nobody has access to your files.
  6. 💻 Can I open GIS files on Linux, Mac OS, or Android?

    Yes, you can use the free Viewer to open GIS files on any operating system that has a web browser. Our Viewer works online and does not require software installation.
  7. 🌐 What browser should I use to open GIS files in Viewer?

    To work with the GIS file Viewer, you can use any modern browser, for example, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari.

Other Supported Viewers

You can also view many other file formats. Please see the complete list below.

Version: 22.49.3
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