AnsweredAssumed Answered

exporting Jpegs with ptyhon

Question asked by jwalkerack on Jul 15, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 17, 2014 by morehavoc

We are in the process of migrating from One sever to another. But that is another story i am working as Gis Tech , because of the migration we have a lot of MXD file and we need to see which ones need to be kept. Because the maps take such a long time to load and there are so many i thought that it be better to have a jpeg for each ,map which i can consult with the technical guys , on wheather we need to keep it or not.

 

I am going into the manually at the moment and then exporting out a Jpeg.

 

i was wondering if  there is a script kicking around for something like this ? Ideally i like the script to look in a folder and any sub folders , then export out the existing layout view as a Jpeg , using the filename of the existing map and save it into a pre defined folder ?

 

How long would a script like this take . Would it be faster than the time its taking to open the MXD S , which is 3- 5 minutes for each one

 

Thanks a lot Jak

 

 

!

Outcomes