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I procure data from DigitalGlobe (Quickbird Satellite data) for different periods hence data having some different band combination. I have attached an example image to show the problem.

I am looking for your guidance.

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  • Switch the R and the B bands in the image from 14 March. – HDunn Dec 18 '14 at 7:20
  • Dear HDunn, Thanks for your prompt response. May I know steps how to change ? – RajGovind Dec 18 '14 at 7:25
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The Red and Blue Bands appear switched in the March Image, as a big blue roof appears red, and red roofs appear blue. To change it, go to Layer Properties -> Symbology -> the click the drop down menu for Red Band_1 and select Band_3, do the reverse for Blue. That should work. enter image description here

  • How to switch default ? – RajGovind Dec 18 '14 at 7:36
  • I can't answer that based on the data you provided. Tell us about the sensor (DG is a company with multiple sensors), and any .hdr or meta data file it came with. As your December image displayed the band order correctly, I don't think it's an Arcmap default issue. – HDunn Dec 18 '14 at 7:53
  • @ HDunn I had procure quickebird satellite whether source data are error. – RajGovind Dec 18 '14 at 8:20

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