How to create Grid Index of hundreds of Aerial TIF Images

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01-18-2018 02:49 PM
BenVan_Kesteren1
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Hey All, 

I am trying to find the tool that would be useful in creating a grid index showing the extent (and ideally, the associated filename), of each of my several hundred TIF files containing our Aerial Photography.

I am sure I can automate something with Python if I knew what tool to use.

In the past we had been supplied this file from the creator of the Aerial Imagery, but this time they did not, and unfortunately I did not specify this in our contract.

This is what I am after:

This is all that I have got:@

Any direction for someone in need??

NathanDuncan

Cheers

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BenVan_Kesteren1
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Just a note to Future Me, there is a Geoprocessing tool called Add Geometry Attributes, works a treat!

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DanPatterson_Retired
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Fishnet  or Mosaic Dataset you might want to look at these prior to springing into full-fledge coding.  At least fishnet can provide a simple framework and mosaic dataset may remove the need altogether

BenVan_Kesteren1
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Just a note to Future Me, there is a Geoprocessing tool called Add Geometry Attributes, works a treat!