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Taking multiple questions out of order: The size of a raster is just the product of bit-depth/8, bands, rows, and columns plus header metadata (statistics, etc.) 32/8 x 1 x 32225 x 13417 = 173079300 bytes ~= 1710Mb 8/8 x 1 x 32225 x 13417 = 43269825 bytes ~= 438Mb ArcGIS does not report the compressed file size. Compression tools are very sensitive ...


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Omit the for loop and run copytree on the directory.


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This doesn't have to do with the FileGDB API so much as Visual Studio/Windows software development. Esri ships two libraries, the link library in lib, and the runtime library in bin. The link library is just a set of stubs so the compiler knows the DLL function signatures, and the runtime library contains the actual file geodatabase functions. Actually, ...



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