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ERDAS: Clipping an image corrupts it's colors

I'm tryin to cut down a landsat 8 image (I stacked the true color layers to make 1 image and the first 7 layers to make another), but when I perform the clip the colors get corrupted, when I clip the one with 7 layers the color stays fine trough most of the image but at the final rows of pixels they change drastically, and when I clip the other one the colors change on the whole image, particalarly a the final rows. Any way of solving this? I tried cutting each layer individually then stacking them up but the result stays the same

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Re: ERDAS: Clipping an image corrupts it's colors

Hello Gabriel,

 

The problem you reported has been fixed in later versions of ERDAS IMAGINE. I would recommend that you update your ERDAS IMAGINE software to the current version of ERDAS IMAGINE 2020 Update 1. Or you can convert your TIFF files to another format such as ERDAS IMAGINE’s native IMG format and then subset your image.

 

Kind regards,

 

Stephen Bent

Hexagon Geospatial Support

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Re: ERDAS: Clipping an image corrupts it's colors

Thank you so much, I updated and the problem stopped ocurring Smiley Very Happy