EXR -- Extended Dynamic Range Image File Format
New in version 3.1.
Driver short name
OpenEXR is a high dynamic range raster file format. The driver supports reading and writing images in that format.
Georeferencing is written as a WKT CRS string and a 3x3 geotransform matrix in EXR header metadata.
"Deep images" are not supported.
COMPRESS=[NONE/RLE/ZIPS/ZIP/PIZ/PXR24/B44/B44A/DWAA/DWAB]: Defaults to
ZIP. Compression method. Details on the format Wikipedia page
PIXEL_TYPE=[HALF/FLOAT/UINT]: Pixel type used for encoding.
HALFcorresponds to a IEEE-754 16-bit floating point value.
FLOATcorresponds to a IEEE-754 32-bit floating point value.
UINTcorresponds to a 32-bit unsigned integer value.
If not specified, the following GDAL data types will be mapped as following:
Int16==> HALF (potentially lossy)
UInt16==> HALF (potentially lossy)
Int32==> FLOAT (potentially lossy)
Float64==> FLOAT (generally lossy)
TILED=[YES/NO]: Defaults to
NO. By default tiled files will be created, unless this option is set to NO. In Create() mode, setting TILED=NO is not possible.
BLOCKXSIZE=<integer>: Defaults to
256. Sets tile width.
BLOCKYSIZE=<integer>: Defaults to
256. Sets tile height.
OVERVIEWS=[YES/NO]: Defaults to
NO. Whether to create overviews. Only compatible with CreateCopy() mode.
OVERVIEW_RESAMPLING=[NEAR/AVERAGE/CUBIC/...]: Defaults to
CUBIC. Resampling method to use for overview creation.
PREVIEW=[YES/NO]: Defaults to
NO. Whether to create a preview. Only compatible with CreateCopy() mode, and with RGB(A) data of type Byte.
AUTO_RESCALE=[YES/NO]: Whether to rescale Byte RGB(A) values from 0-255 to the 0-1 range usually used in EXR ecosystem.
DWA_COMPRESSION_LEVEL=<integer>: DWA compression level. The higher, the more compressed the image will be (and the more artifacts). Defaults to 45 for OpenEXR 2.4
This driver supports the
With the caveat, that it is only for tiled data, and each tile must be written at most once, and written tiles cannot be read back before dataset closing.
This driver supports georeferencing
This driver supports virtual I/O operations (/vsimem/, etc.)