Color Balance Mosaic Dataset Error in ArcPro 2.6

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02-22-2021 07:43 AM
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dlj19220301
New Contributor II

I'm getting an error in ArcPro 2.6, even though I've already successfully built pyramids and statistics. I started from scratch a couple times and still get it. I did not get this error back in ArcPro 2.4. Any ideas? 

"Color correction requires each raster band to have statistics. The object ID of the first raster having no statistics is 1. use the Build Pyramids and Statistics processing tool to calculate statistics. Failed to execute (ColorBalanceMosaicDataset)."

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Robert_LeClair
Esri Frequent Contributor

This sounds like BUG-000133433 - After adding rasters to a mosaic dataset and calculating statistics using the Add Rasters to Mosaic tool, when attempting to run Color Balance Mosaic Dataset on the mosaic dataset, it fails with the error message, "Color correction requires each raster band to have statistics..."Use the Build Pyramids and Statistics geoprocessing tool to calculate statistics", even though the statistics on the rasters show as calculated.

It's in the Product Plan to be fixed but I do not know when.

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dlj19220301
New Contributor II

Thank you, Robert. Is this bug only in ArcGIS Pro? Or is it also in ArcGIS Desktop? 

On a similar topic, my method of creating the mosaic is through the ortho mapping workspace wizard. I feed the wizard my CRS, my Frame Table with EO's, my Camera table with IO/distortion values, and the ESRI server global DEM surface. Is this mosaic process actually orthorectifying each pixel? And is there a way that I can export tiled orthophotos from this mosaic, without running the Block Adjustment step in the wizard? I understand the end product will not be as accurate without an AT, but what if I just want to export tiled orthophotos without running a full AT/block adjustment? I have thousands of images and I trust my input data enough to use it as a rough end product. What workflow would you recommend for this? 

If I build the mosaic based on the inputs I mentioned above, and then export the mosaic using the Split Raster tool with a tile layout shapefile, could I consider this a tiled orthophoto? Or does it have to go through the Block Adjustment and Custom Orthomosaic stages in the wizard? 

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