Help Articles are product support tips and information straight from the Harris Geospatial Technical Support team developed to help you use our products to their fullest potential.
If I have data that is stored with extra bytes at the beginning of each line, or the beginning of each band, how do I tell ENVI to handle those offsets properly?
The extra bytes at the beginning of each line or each band are called frame offsets. The following table describes the locations of major and minor frame offsets...
Users of the 5.3 and 5.3SP1 versions of the ENVI software may experience an issue when working with multispectral imagery products in NITF format with NCDRD metadata. The issue primarily impacts DigitalGlobe products for WorldView-2 and WorldView-3 multispectral image datasets and is logged as "ENVI-70783" in the Harris Geospatial Solutions...
THIS INFORMATION ONLY PERTAINS TO SOFTWARE VERSIONS IDL 8.5, ENVI 5.3 AND PRIOR
Harris Geospatial Solutions announces a security patch for the license server for IDL & ENVI software products that addresses the following Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE-2015-8277) and US CERT Vulnerability Note...
This help article describes how to determine what version(s) of IDL, ENVI or Exelis Products FlexLM License Server is installed on a computer system.
On a Windows system, launch the "Programs and Features" (or equivalent, such as "Add or Remove Programs" on Windows XP) Control Panel utility and look for all installed IDL,...
How do I determine the FlexNet version of the license manager server lmgrd and idl_lmgrd binary executables?
For Linux, Mac or Solaris, from a terminal window, CD tothe [IDL-directory]/bin directory, and then call lmgrd or idl_lmgrd with the"-version" command line switch, for example:
An ENVI quick reference booklet that provides users succinct steps on how to accomplish common tasks in ENVI.
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