I've been trying to use the clipper tool in QGIS 2.18.0. However the following error message pops up;
Output driver `GMT' not recognised or does not support direct output file creation. The following format drivers are configured and support direct output: GeoRaster: Oracle Spatial GeoRaster VRT: Virtual Raster GTiff: GeoTIFF NITF: National Imagery Transmission Format HFA: Erdas Imagine Images (.img) ELAS: ELAS MEM: In Memory Raster BMP: MS Windows Device Independent Bitmap PCIDSK: PCIDSK Database File PCRaster: PCRaster Raster File ILWIS: ILWIS Raster Map SGI: SGI Image File Format 1.0 Leveller: Leveller heightfield Terragen: Terragen heightfield netCDF: Network Common Data Format HDF4Image: HDF4 Dataset ISIS2: USGS Astrogeology ISIS cube (Version 2) ERS: ERMapper .ers Labelled RMF: Raster Matrix Format RST: Idrisi Raster A.1 INGR: Intergraph Raster GSBG: Golden Software Binary Grid (.grd) GS7BG: Golden Software 7 Binary Grid (.grd) PDF: Geospatial PDF MBTiles: MBTiles MRF: Meta Raster Format PNM: Portable Pixmap Format (netpbm) PAux: PCI .aux Labelled MFF: Vexcel MFF Raster MFF2: Vexcel MFF2 (HKV) Raster BT: VTP .bt (Binary Terrain) 1.3 Format LAN: Erdas .LAN/.GIS IDA: Image Data and Analysis GTX: NOAA Vertical Datum .GTX NTv2: NTv2 Datum Grid Shift CTable2: CTable2 Datum Grid Shift KRO: KOLOR Raw ROI_PAC: ROI_PAC raster ENVI: ENVI .hdr Labelled EHdr: ESRI .hdr Labelled ISCE: ISCE raster ADRG: ARC Digitized Raster Graphics SAGA: SAGA GIS Binary Grid (.sdat) DB2ODBC: IBM DB2 Spatial Database GPKG: GeoPackage
I'm saving all my data and layers in one folder.
My layers are all in the same coordinate system.
I also tried saving the points I want to interpolate as a shapefile first before clipping
I've been using mask as the clipping mode
I tried saving it as a .tif file and all the other recommended extensions in the error message but it still doesn't want to work.
I ran into this same error when running Raster>Extraction>Clipper (QGIS 2.16.0). I just ended up modifying the gdalwarp script at the bottom of the dialog from "-of GMT" to "-of GTIFF" as shown in the screencapture.