Support (In/Out) the FlatGeobuf Vector-Format as an high performance geodata format for vector data. QGIS and other Tools already support it.
Hi, FlatGeobuf is in the GDAL drivers we ship in Pro.
from osgeo import gdal, ogr vformats, rformats = ,  for i in range(ogr.GetDriverCount()): name = ogr.GetDriver(i).GetName() if not name in vformats: vformats.append(name) vformats = sorted(vformats) for i in range(gdal.GetDriverCount()): name = gdal.GetDriver(i).LongName if not name in rformats: rformats.append(name) rformats = sorted(rformats) print('Vector Formats:\n') for format in vformats: print(format) print('\n') print('Raster Formats:\n') for format in rformats: print(format) print('\n')
Not super easy but not too hard either to write a converter, let us know if you need help.
Not in Data Interoperability extension yet either sorry.
It is not a problem of conversion. We wanna have native support to add *.fgb directly in arcgis Pro using the add data functionality.
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