Garmin IMG Format

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A description of the Garmin IMG file format. Includes some experimental/sample code for parsing IMG files.

Garmin IMG Format Web Site

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  • tfileme
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    Garmin-img is great! Thanks.

    Posted 05/25/2013
  • dayvsonred
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    I would like to know more about the img and the decompilation copilação if they can get in ConTactProgram dayvson.red @ gmail.com =) I'm on my dificutades software craçao img

    Posted 04/17/2013
  • oid-3876491
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    Very useful. I found a case in which the code doesn't work on a large file, and I also found the fix: In TreFile.getMapLevels(), the line int polygonOffset = getTriplet(localOffset); encounters a problem when the offset overruns the 3 byte representation (i.e. exceeds 0xFFFFFF). I added this fix/hack: int polygonOffset = getTriplet(localOffset); // there's a problem in which the value overflows the three-byte offset while (polygonOffset<lastPolygonOffset && lastPolygonOffset>0xf00000) { polygonOffset += 0x1000000; } lastPolygonOffset = polygonOffset; With this fix the code works great!

    Posted 06/11/2012
  • danopia2
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    Awesome docs! Thanks for the PDF.

    Posted 07/12/2010
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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2004-11-29
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