This tutorial is about how to convert an image of an Equirectangular map into another cartographic projection using Hugin, which is a panoramic image stitching program.
Today I was again wrestling with the problem of high resolution projection conversion. Flex Projector doesn't have Azimuthal and other unconventional projections (only the wall-map style), and the output resolution of G.projector is peeteeful. So I was yet again hunting for programs that could convert Equirectangular maps into other projections.
I rediscovered Hugin. Ok, I confess, I knew it existed, and suspected it could do what I wanted, but eh, whatchagonnado? Today I found out it actually had Lambert Equal Area Azimuthal projection, and I really wanted to figure out if this could be what I wanted. After scouring the internet for appropriate tutorials, etc. etc., here is now mine: Naeddyr's High Resolution Map Projection Conversion Tutorial Using Hugin For Unconventional Resolutions! Enjoy!