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Raster footprints are askew to the raster itself.

Question asked by tbibby.asm on Nov 26, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 27, 2018 by jskinner-esristaff

After adding rasters to a raster catalog  (specifically georefereced historic maps), the wireframe/ footprint of the image is askew and bounds the image in a N/S orientation. The wireframe contains the entire image but it does not trace the exact boundary of the image, rather it seems to choose the minimum bounding geometry of the image. In short. All my footprints are rectangles that are aligned N/S even when the image is rotated at 45 degrees.

 

In the photo, I imagined the wireframe would be like the blue dashed lines and not have a footprint that has open space where the red question marks are. Any solutions to have the footprint match the georeferenced map exactly other than manually tracing them?

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