MapTiler Engine command line utility comes as part of MapTiler Engine product and it is available from the Pro subscription plan as maptiler-engine.


Download the setup.exe (sent by an email) and start the installation wizard. After it is finished a new section is added to Start ➜ All Programs ➜ MapTiler ➜ MapTiler Engine, and it is possible to use the command maptiler-engine from the standard Command Prompt application in Windows:

> maptiler-engine


Download the installation disk image (DMG, sent by an email) and after opening the disk image in macOS you should drag the “MapTiler Engine Pro” icon into your “Application” folder. The command line interface can be started from Terminal application as:

$  /Applications/MapTiler

All versions of macOS higher than 10.12 (Sierra) are supported.


Download the installation package (.deb or .rpm) for your Linux distribution from the link sent by an email. The command line utility maptiler-engine is directly available, as it is installed in a Linux standard binary location (/usr/bin/).

$ maptiler-engine

Supported Linux distributions are: Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS and Fedora (the RPMs are dependent on EPEL repository). Another option for running the latest MapTiler Engine with the supported GDAL on any Linux distribution is via the Docker container.