I exported a file geodatabase raster to .TIF format using "copy raster" (ArcGIS Pro, not sure what version, but the work was done on whatever release was current in April 2020) and found there was a pixel shift of about 7m to the left (raster has 10 m pixels). Today I tried to replicate this problem (ArcGIS Pro version 2.6.1) and could not reproduce the error. Can anyone help shed light on what might have caused the shift?
There have been issues noted with half cell pixel shifts, for example
The "cell alignment" environment setting was recently introduced to account for this
Tools that support it like copy raster support this environment setting
If you want to know when the difference occurred you would have to examine the "whats new" section of the help
or the tech support documentation
Emiko Condeso Don't know if the bug applies to file gdb but all that it means that the only report was for enterprise.
The real take-away is the Cell Alignment considerations which allows you to fine-tune how extents and raster cells creation can interact.
Sadly, this aspect is overlooked by many and it isn't necessarily consistent among other gis software or in translations of rasters to other forms of raster representation.