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Géoclip Solo includes a building tool which is described above. It also includes a base map conversion tool (see picture opposite). The geographic layers which are assembled to build a géoclip are in the swf format.
The conversion tool is used to convert MapInfo or Shape files into files that the Flash player can read. Each layer is converted depending on its type: polygons, lines, points and its destination. All of the layers are set in relation to a reference base map to ensure correct overlaying.
Géoclip Solo is available in several languages: French of course, English naturally, but also Spanish, Russian and soon Italian, Dutch, etc.
Géoclip Solo is the successor of Géoclip Builder, which was available for download from this website for some time but which has not been developed for a long time. Unlike its predecessor, Géoclip Solo does not require the use of GIS software.
In addition and above all, it is more high–performance and has all the benefits of the latest improvements to the Géoclip model.
-Autonomous: the produced géoclips contain everything they need to function properly: interface, base maps, data tables and parameters;
-Easy to transfer: Once a géoclip has been published it will consist of a set of files in a single folder, which simply has to be copied onto the destination device;
-Portable: a géoclip is requested by using a link on an html page, which means that a browser with a Flash reader is required to view it. The publication folder can be copied to another computer, USB memory key, CD-ROM or web server, etc.
-Easy to build: the interface resembles the one of a published géoclip, with a few additional drop-down menus at the top of the left-hand side. The géoclip is built in “WYSIWYG” mode.