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How to project raster without promoting and avoid to change NoData for 0 values?

Question asked by Mapping_Solutions on Jun 14, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 19, 2017 by g.doerffelmysynergis-esridist

Hello Everyone!


I am trying to solve a follow problem. I got a bunch of tiff and after projection ArcGIS ask me to promote the pixel depth to keep NoData value and without it the result is an ugly black frame as NoData value. I red the NoData enviroments description but I don't understand. Why can't I project it with settings of NoData=None and without promoting to get the raster without black NoData?


NoData (Environment setting)—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop 


  • NONE—There will not be any NoData value rules in place. If your input and your output have the same value range, the NoData will be transferred over without any changes. However, if your value range changes, there will be no value for NoData in your output. This is the default method."


So in and output also are tiff. maybe changed the value range? how? or what?


Thank you for any help! very much!