Merging vector files into raster

Using QGIS on Windows 7, I have figured out how to burn a vector file onto a QGIS georeferenced tiff. But the result produces a line only one pixel wide. I am trying to produce a map that can be used both as printed and on a mobile device to guide hikers and the narrow line isn't sufficiently visible.

Is there a way to make the line wider or otherwise more visible?

I am a non-programer and completely new to QGIS and am just stumbling my way into learning the software. Please provide details if you can.


I'm not a qgis expert but this sounds like a job for a KML. A KML would be easy to overlay in an application and in print. KML was developed for Google Earth/Google Maps.

Category: qgis Time: 2016-07-29 Views: 4
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