The folder or geodatabase to store the raster dataset.
Raster Dataset Name with Extension
The name, location and format for the dataset you are creating.
When storing the raster dataset in a file format, you need to specify the file extension:
When storing a raster dataset in a geodatabase, do not add a file extension to the name of the raster dataset.
When storing your raster dataset to a JPEG file, a JPEG 2000 file, a TIFF file, or a geodatabase, you can specify a Compression Type and Compression Quality in the geoprocessing Environments.
The cell size for the new raster dataset.
The bit-depth (radiometric resolution) of the output raster dataset. If this is not specified, your raster dataset will be created with a default pixel type of 8-bit unsigned integer.
Spatial Reference for Raster
The coordinate system for the output raster dataset.
If this is not specified, the coordinate system set in the environment settings will be used.
Number of Bands
The number of bands that the output raster dataset will have.
Specifies the storage parameters (configuration) for a file or enterprise geodatabase. Configuration keywords are set up by your database administrator.
For Pyramid Levels, specify a number of -1 or higher. A value of 0 will not build any pyramids, and a value of -1 will automatically determine the correct number of pyramid layers to create.
The Pyramid Resampling Technique defines how the data will be resampled when building the pyramids.
The Pyramid Compression Type defines the method used when compressing the pyramids.
Specifies the size of the tiles.
The tile width controls the number of pixels you can store in each tile. This is specified as a number of pixels in x. The default tile width is 128.
The tile height controls the number of pixels you can store in each tile. This is specified as a number of pixels in y. The default tile height is 128.
Only geodatabases and enterprise geodatabases use tile size.
Specifies the type of compression to store the raster dataset.
Pyramid Reference Point
The origination location of the raster pyramid. It is recommended that you specify this point if you plan on building large mosaics in a file geodatabase or enterprise geodatabase, especially if you plan on mosaicking to them over time (for example, for updating).
The pyramid reference point should be set to the upper left corner of your raster dataset.
In setting this point for a file geodatabase or enterprise geodatabase, partial pyramiding will be used when updating with a new mosaicked raster dataset. Partial pyramiding updated the parts of the pyramid that do not exist due to the new mosaicked datasets. Therefore, it is good practice to set your pyramid reference point so that your entire raster mosaic will be below and to the right of this point. However, a pyramid reference point should not be set too large either.
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The output raster dataset.