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Thank you. However, height output nodes are available in WM 2, and I am talking about WM 1.25. As my worlds are mostly bigger than what is allowed in the Basic Edition, I would have to buy the Standard Edition at least, which I do not (yet) want to do before I am truly familiar with WM at all.
Otherwise, I would indeed prefer the Microdem .dem format. If WM 1.25 cannot do that then I would like to know about converters that can convert WM outputs, preferably in 16+ bits precision, to .dem.

General Discussion / Exporting WM terrains as dem or srtm
February 18, 2011, 03:01:43 am
I have found lots of posts about importing dems into WM. I want to use my creations (as soon as I have one) as input for a fictional layout in the Trainz railroad simulator, of which I am very fond, and which I have been using since Day 1 (somewhen in 2001). There are programs to make Trainz terrains out of dems, but I am looking for the missing link. So I want to go the other way, meaning exporting terrains as dems. I have the feeling that this is already possible with V1.25 Standard Edition, which is the WM version I have. Perhaps I am not familiar enough with the terminology, as English is not my native language (it's German).
Any suggestions?

Greetings from Austria,
I have found WM just a few days ago. I downloaded V1.25 Standard Edition. I have to become familiar with that one before even thinking about upgrading to the new release because, after all, it is USD 89 (if I am not mistaken). I want to use it to make fictional terrains for the Trainz railroad simulation, and Trainz is about half the cost of that.
Right now I have a full bag of questions which I will put down in the appropriate places in the forum.

Greetings from Austria,