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Convert Interleave

Convert Interleave

Use Convert Interleave to convert between common data storage conventions. Often, it is more efficient to use image data stored in a specific manner for specific processing operations or interactive analysis.

You can also write a script to convert the interleave of a raster using ENVIConvertInterleaveTask.

  1. From the Toolbox, select Raster Management > Convert Interleave.
  2. Click the Browse button next to Input Rasters and select an image whose interleave you want to convert.
  3. Chose an option from the Interleave drop-down list. The choices are:
    • (Undefined)
    • BSQ: Band sequential
    • BIL: Band-interleaved-by-line
    • BIP: Band-interleaved-by-pixel
  4. Select a filename and location for the Output Raster.
  5. Enable the Display result check box to display the output in the Image window when processing is complete. Otherwise, if the check box is disabled, the output image can be loaded from the Data Manager.

  6. To run the process on a local or remote ENVI Server, click the down arrow and select Run Task in the Background or Run Task on remote ENVI Server name. The ENVI Server Job Console will show the progress of the job and will provide a link to display the result when processing is complete. See the ENVI Servers topic for more information.

  7. Click OK. ENVI adds the resulting output to the Layer Manager and Data Manager, and it displays the result in the Image window.

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