When using the r.composite tool within the GRASS plugin in QGIS, the result raster has a cell size of 150x150 while the input rasters have a cellsize of 30x30. Can this be overcome somehow or is this a consequence of the tool?

Data used: Landsat 8, QGIS version: 1.8.0, Operating system: Windows 7.


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You need to use g.region to set the region settings, including resolution, i.e.

g region -p rast=<your landsat raster> res=30

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