09-26-2017 05:45 AM
I have watched this video with the link by Geosterlings below over 10 times but cant see to get desired results ( which is extracted bands).
I do not know why i ma getting these error messages irrespective of the options I take
1. i input the .tar.gz zipped file which the import manager accepts and then click ok
I do not attempt to specify my output folder but accept what the import manager highlights in putput folder. A dialog box opens and I deselect the files and bands i do not want . I only allow / accept the MULTISPECTRAL bands 1- 7 and associated gap Mask
then i run the model. It gives me the error message below
I try specifying my output file but still get an error message and sometimes dont even locate where the extracted fiels are placed
Please can someoen help out?
I am particular about importing and extracting the bands using the import manger because of further tasks that i want to run with the images and i would like the associated information for every image file meta data to available with a click away
09-26-2017 05:55 AM
Hiya. It may be a couple of things. Firstly, try changing your temporary file directory in your preferences. Your current temp file location looks a bit suspect; it's always best if it's on a local disk in a simple structure, e.g. c:\temp\erdas_tmp. Also, do make sure you specify your output file / folder, otherwise as you have found, you don't know where they are going to go.
Secondly, USGS have recently changed the file conventions for Landsat data so that not all Landsat data can be stacked using this import dialogue. You might have better luck using a model we created that you can find here:
09-26-2017 06:05 AM
I have dealt with the issue of the neew naming convention by USGS and that is why i was even able to import it.
I think its more of the temp storage stuff. This is whehre im getting confused.
I will place in a moment screen shots of steps taken until the error message
what can i do about the temp storage?
I tried specifying the output folder manually by myself
09-26-2017 06:07 AM
Here is one of the files i ma trying to import
I have successfully renamed it
so the import manager accepts it
Please you can give it a try from your end and lets see if it extracts the files successfully
09-26-2017 06:25 AM
Please hang in there dear Johnnie, let me try it out from here please .
and which location would you recommend would be better to have the temp files placed?
09-26-2017 06:29 AM
dear Johnnie, I think my temp directory is already on the local disk
here is a screen shot of what i have encountered
09-26-2017 06:52 AM
...and make sure you have a C:\temp (and permissions to write there).