Converting raster to integer values and exporting as 16 bit using QGIS

Geographic Information Systems Asked by Karyn on December 7, 2020

I am trying to export a DEM raster as a 16 bit image using the Raster>Conversion>Translate drop down menus in QGIS. I have seen somewhere I need to save it with a -ot tag to turn it into a 16 bit image but I cannot work out how to do that. If I type in -ot into the end of the output file name it does not work . I know I am not getting it.

Alternatively, how do I do it via command line?

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As mentioned in the comments, simply select the data type from the dropdown list:


Answered by Shawn on December 7, 2020

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