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IRasterInfo Interface (ArcObjects .NET 10.8 SDK)
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IRasterInfo Interface

Provides access to members that control a raster info object.

Product Availability

Available with ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server.


Name Description
Read/write property BandCount The number of bands in the Raster.
Read/write property BlockHeight The block height in pixels.
Read/write property BlockWidth The block width in pixels.
Read/write property CellSize The raster cell size.
Read/write property Extent The raster extent.
Read/write property FirstPyramidLevel The first pyramid level.
Read/write property Format The raster format, e.g. TIFF, NITF, and etc.
Read/write property GeodataXform The raster GeoData transform.
Read-only property Height The raster height in pixels.
Read/write property MaximumPyramidLevel The maximum pyramid level.
Read/write property NativeExtent The native raster extent before GeoData transform.
Read/write property NativeSpatialReference The native raster spatial reference before GeoData transform.
Read/write property NoData The NoData value used to indicate invalid or excluded data.
Read/write property Origin The tiling origin.
Read/write property PixelType The raster pixel type.
Read/write property Resampling Indicates if this raster source wants to perform resampling.
Read-only property SpatialReference The raster spatial reference.
Read/write property SupportBandSelection Indicates if this function supports band selection.
Read-only property Width The raster width in pixels.

Classes that implement IRasterInfo

Classes Description
RasterInfo A class for a raster info value object containing information about a raster.

.NET Samples

Create a custom raster function Create a custom raster type from the ground up for DMCII data Create an NDVI custom raster function