Available with 3D Analyst license.
There are two formats for disk caching: JPEG (for minimum storage space) and DXT (for best performance). Generally speaking, a JPEG disk cache format consumes less disk space, and a DXT cache improves rendering speed.
Learn more about the disk cache formats for ArcGlobe
Follow the steps below to specify the disk format for each layer in your ArcGlobe document:
- In the table of contents, right-click the layer whose cache properties you want to change and click Properties.
- Click the Cache tab.
- In the Raster data options, click the combo box and choose either Jpeg or Dxt.
- Click OK.
The disk cache for this layer is stored in the selected format.