3.4.3.8. Clip multiple rasters

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clip_tool Clip multiple rasters

This tab allows for cutting several image bands at once, using a rectangle defined with point coordinates or a boundary defined with a vector.

3.4.3.8.1. Clip band set

  • Select input band set input_number: select the input Band set to be clipped;
  • checkbox Use value as NoData input_number: if checked, set the value for NoData pixels (e.g. pixels outside the clipped area);
  • Output name prefix input_text: set the prefix for output file names (default is clip);

3.4.3.8.2. Clip coordinates

Set the Upper Left (UL) and Lower Right (LR) point coordinates of the rectangle used for clipping; it is possible to enter the coordinates manually. Alternatively use a vector.

  • UL X input_number: set the UL X coordinate;
  • UL Y input_number: set the UL Y coordinate;
  • LR X input_number: set the LR X coordinate;
  • LR Y input_number: set the LR Y coordinate;
  • radiobutton Show: show or hide the clip area drawn in the map;
  • pointer: define a clip area by drawing a rectangle in the map; left click to set the UL point and right click to set the LR point; the area is displayed in the map;
  • checkbox Use vector for clipping input_list: if checked, use the selected vector (already loaded in QGIS) for clipping; UL and LR coordinates are ignored;
  • checkbox Use vector field for output name input_list: if checked, a vector field is selected for clipping while iterating through each vector polygon and the corresponding field value is added to the output name;
  • checkbox Use temporary ROI for clipping: if checked, use a Temporary ROI for clipping; UL and LR coordinates are ignored;
  • reload: refresh layer list;
  • BATCH batch_tool: add this function to the Batch;
  • RUN run: choose an output destination and clip rasters in the selected Band set;