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If you are using QGIS, you can remove the black background/edges via properties -> transparecy, there you set the No data value to 0. In any case, my answer is almost 2,5 years late, however this answer might be useful for someone facing some problems at present time.


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I had the same issue and here is the workflow that resolved the issue. Create the mosaic dataset From the Catalog Window, right click on the Mosaic Dataset> Properties> Defaults tab Change the 'Default mosaic Operator' to Max (this gets rid of the black areas where there is overlap) Click Apply and Ok to close the Mosaic Dataset Properties dialog box ...



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