After a short learning FME Form becomes intuitive and you are able to author workflows in minutes. FME Form features:
Everything FME, whether via FME Form or FME Flow, starts in this authoring environment. Use it to configure and run your transformation workflows.
To work with the data you have more than 400 transformers that you can insert into the workflow. It is not necessary to write the result of the conversion to the hard drive until it is all properly set. Data can be transferred in batch.
Inspect your data's attributes and geometry. This tool makes it easy to understand data structure - before, after and during translation.
In addition to the geometry of objects, you can view the attribute table, the system attributes and coordinates of nodes. As a background map for viewing data, you can choose one of the available Tile servers.
In total, FME supports more than 450 data formats and this number is constantly increasing. This is unrivalled format support worldwide! View a list of selected supported formats, or go to the complete list on the FME solution manufacturer's website.
Minimal: Intel® Pentium® 4 processor, 4 GB RAM, 20 GB disk space.
Recommended: Intel® Core i7 processor, 8 GB RAM, 50 GB disk space, SSD disk.
FME Desktop gives you the freedom to choose the formats and applications you want to use. As the leading technology for spatial data transformation, FME solves data interoperability challenges for many different applications and formats:
View webinars on FME Desktop and other topics - participate live or watch a recording.Webinars
FME has its own Youtube Chanell, where you can find dozens of recordings. There are recordings from user conferences, tutorials, webinars and much more.Youtube Channel
If you are interested in FME and want to try it, you can download 14-day Trial of FME Desktop.Free Trial
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