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Importing Pix4D Multispectral Reflectance Maps

Question asked by nuhndave91 on Jul 17, 2019
Latest reply on Jul 17, 2019 by CBenkelman-esristaff

I was wondering if anyone has experience with importing multispectral reflectance maps from Pix4D into ArcMap 10.5. I seem to be having an issue with the individual bands once the reflectance maps are in ArcMap. When I import the individual reflectance maps (Blue, Green, Red, NIR, RE) it shows each of the .tif files having 2 bands associated with them. When I composite all five bands, the result is very bright colors and not the usual RGB or NIR look. When I look at the bands within the composite file there are multiple bands shown as only 1 & 2. My goal is to export the individual reflectance maps from Pix4D and make my own composite in ArcMap instead of having Micasense Atlas make the composite. I have seen a few videos of people performing this task and it seems to work fine and all appropriate bands are associated with the respected reflectance maps once imported into ArcMap or QGIS. Any help would be great, I have attached some images for reference.