I'm an amateur when it comes to the command line.
My problem is that the script I'm trying to run (rio) is in the Python\Python36-32\Scripts folder on my C:drive and I'm trying to run it using images found on my f:drive raid as input, but I cant seem to get the command to recognize the path to the imagery even when typing out the full path F:\imagery\input.tif. This command works fine when input.tif and out.tif are in the same dir as the script (Python\Python36-32\Scripts) but I want to be able to run this script on any directory I choose.
How can I achieve this?
I can run RIO from anywhere as I added the scripts folder to the path, so the problem is getting the command to recognize a different directory/drive for the input output. I already tried setting the F:\imagery directory to the path but that didn't work and my google searches are not turning up much for me as I am not to sure what to search for.
Here is the command:
rio color -d uint8 -j 1 input.tif out.tif sigmoidal rgb 2 0.35
and here is a link to rio (im using command line interface) https://github.com/mapbox/rio-color