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[McIDAS #KGO-649559]: Global Composite Script



Hi,

re:
> Do you offer a sample global composite batch script?

No, we don't have one.

re:
> I am trying to figure out how to correctly mosaic 5 satellites into a
> single composite image.

The easiest/most straightforward way to combine images is to:

- choose an appropriate output projection

  The most common is to use a RECTilinear projection.

- decide on which portion of each satellite is best included in
  the composite

  For example, when compositing GOES-East and West images, it is
  best to chop off the portion of each that is better represented
  by each, etc.

- use the IMGREMAP command to combine the pieces

- potentially use the IMGCHA command to fix-up various parameters
  in the resultant image

Out of curiosity, which satellites are you looking to composite, and
which wavelength channels from each are you interested in?

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: KGO-649559
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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