> > Hello, > > > > In IDV 5.0, I am trying to create preset bundles for easy loading of > > satellite imagery and other data. When I select the data source initially, > > I manually set the "magnification" to 1x1 in the subsetting panel so that > > no pixel resampling occurs, since I am viewing a region small enough that I > > need full resolution. However, once the data is refreshed, or the bundle is > > loaded during a session, automatic resampling always occurs, with the > > display reading "Data sampling: every 8th by 4th pixel" or similar. Since > > the "pixel sampling" slider reads no sampling because only the coarse > > version of the data was loaded, there is no way to reset to full resolution > > other than removing the data source and reloading it with manual settings. > > > > This problem occurs both with "adaptive resolution" enabled and disabled. > > Although the automatic resampling isn't as bad with it enabled, it is still > > resampled enough for me to see it in the region I'm subsetting, and since I > > need to zoom in from time to time to get a better look, I need the full > > resolution imagery. Is there a way to prevent this automatic resampling of > > a data source upon loading/reloading? It seems that one should be able to > > view the full 1km visible channel (or 4km IR) from GOES without it always > > being resampled. > > > > Any help would be appreciated. > > > > Thanks, > > > > Levi > > > > > Hi Levi, > The logic of adaptive resolution and match display area is complicated, > please read carefully the release notes. > If you think something is wrong, email me the detail steps of what you were > doing. You description is not very > clear to me. If you disable the Adaptive Resolution (AR), and save the > bundle, it will not be enable when you load > back the bundle. > > > > Yuan Levi, I redo the 5.0 release, can you try again and let me know. Thanks, Yuan Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: JFI-890705 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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