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Downloaded the two DEM files from the globe page, and have overlayed a calibrated map.
When the 3-D tracklog is displayed at a 1.0 Altitude scale, it appears vertically in proportion, however the terrain underneath is very flat, with hardly any relief. It also appears a little offset compared to the map overlay.
The map is calibrated accurately, as the tracklog appears totally accurate when when viewed from directly above.
Is there some way I can adjust how the DEM data is rendered as regards altitude scale, without affecting the altitude scale of the tracklog? Can the offset also be changed?
The world is flatter than you think....
Thanks for the helpful remark, but I know exactly how flat (or lumpy) the area in question is supposed to look.
Do you have any advice as to how to alter the terrain rendering?