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README.md

Demeton

Demeton is a command line tool and an F# library for generating raster hillshading from NASA's SRTM digital elevation model.

Here's an example of Demeton coloring and hillshading of Alps:

Alps - elevation colored and hillshaded

You can find a higher-resolution version of the above image here.

Downloads

The tool runs on both Windows and Linux. You can find the latest binaries on the Releases page.

Which package to use?

  • If you are on Linux, use Demeton-linux-x64-full.zip package. It contains Demeton's libraries as well as .NET Core stuff needed to run it.
  • If you are on Windows and you don't have .NET Core 3 installed, please use the Demeton-win10-x64-full.zip package, as it includes .NET Core libraries.
  • If you are on Windows and you already have .NET Core 3 installed, you can use the smaller Demeton-win10-x64.zip package.

How to use

Check out this 10-minutes tutorial for a quick introduction to the shader tool.

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