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[McIDAS #VQU-472558]: imgcopy UNIT parameter



Hi Carol,

re:
> Yes, I did run an imgprobe. This is the output for Channel 1 (Vis) for
> METEOSAT-11.
> 
> Image Name           Day      Nominal Time   Scan Time    Band
> ----------------      -------    ------------   ---------    ----
> MYDATA/METEOTEST.1  14 Aug 18226   12:30:00      12:36:11       1
> 
> File     Nominal  ImageESPCOperations     RAW         RAD
> REFL        BRIT
> Lat/Lon      Line/Element  Line/Element                   *
> %
> -0:00:51 /-34:58:04   1856/ 3032    5571/ 9099            196        3.03
> 14.56          97
> *   milliwatts/meter**2/steradian/(cm-1)
> 
> RAW, RAD, REFL, or BRIT. I know that REFL doesn't work when I run the
> imgcopy.

Hmm... from what I read/can tell, the IMGCOPY with UNIT=REFL should have
worked.

Is it possible to get a copy of the image you are working with so I can
run some tests?  If yes, the easiest way for me
> Thanks,
> Carol
>  to test the image would
be if you put it on typhoon somewhere and then told me exactly where to
find it.

Thanks in advance...

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: VQU-472558
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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