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Background Image in ADE

Sorry to revive an old topic but I don't see Gmapcatcher works anymore with Google maps.
Anyone has had luck using it recently?
Hi Morton B,
Thanks for the tutorial. The download link for GMAPCatcher in the PDF goes to a dead page. There was an updated link on Git Hub.
Kevin Davis
In my planning on creating a tool to download and create images from Google Maps, I came across a program called GMapCatcher, which it turns out does exactly what I wanted.

So instead of reinventing the wheel, I created a tutorial on how to download a high resolution satellite image and add it as a background image in ADE.

Please see the attached pdf document.

Edit 21-NOV-15:
Updated instructions to include SAS.Planet.
Thanks Kevin. I will have a look at updating it. I'm only using sas planet now as I find it much better than gmapcatcher