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I would recommend the Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin. Go to plugins -> Manage and Install Plugins -> type in 'semi-automatic classification' and you should be able to install it. The tool can be quite intimidating but it allows you to generate 'regions of interests' (e.g. from shapefiles), set different false colour band combinations, and even download ...


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You could try using the spatial adjustment toolbar. Since you already have the control points, you should be able to transform your data back to the original "projection". Open the toolbar, in the Spatial Adjustment drop-down menu, set the adjustment method then select the links menu and load control points. I haven't tried this yet so you may have to ...


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So I georeferenced it using georeferencing tool. I used the four corner coordinates as the control points. I used: WGS84 Bounds: -180.0000, -90.0000, 180.0000, 90.0000 Projected Bounds: -20037508.3428, -10018754.1714, 20037508.3428, 10018754.1714 Found from here http://spatialreference.org/ref/epsg/wgs-84-plate-carree/


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WGS84 Bounds: -180.0000, -90.0000, 180.0000, 90.0000 Projected Bounds: -20037508.3428, -10018754.1714, 20037508.3428, 10018754.1714 Found from here http://spatialreference.org/ref/epsg/wgs-84-plate-carree/


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If you need to align your raster layer by coordinates or several known points, you can find the georeferencing toolbar in arcgis Desktop (online help here). I had already test that to put a none spatial picture (like old urban plan) on basemap. I hope i helped you...


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You can't add basemaps into ArcScene from Adding an ArcGIS Online basemap into ArcGlobe Note that none of the online basemaps will work in ArcScene. You could work around this by clipping or exporting a basemap as an image and adding the image to your ArcScene. I would, however, recommend you look into using ArcGIS Pro rather than ArcScene. ArcGIS ...


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As mentionned above, the georeferencing tool is probably your best bet (under raster|georeferencer). Although it is, perhaps, more commonly used to warp images with unknown projection (or no projection at all, such as historical maps), it will work in your case. I would try something like that: Load a base map (if you do not have one, one of the web maps -...


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In most cases, the saved GCP file will be of no value. It works to georeference a raster that has no CRS, addressing pixels and lines. The usual workflow is to save the raster in a format that stores the CRS information inside the file (like geotiff). Using a vrt file would be possible too, but needs some handwork. Once the geotiff has its own CRS ...



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