I have a .tif file (see color image below) that has 10 bandsets corresponding to a different color in the image. When I import the image to QGIS I can see all 10 layers. I need to reproject the image so it has units of degrees, not meters. I use Raster -> Projections -> Warp (reproject) and then choose target CRS as EPSG:4326-WGS 84. However, when I run the program I get my reprojected image but I lost all of my layers. All I get is a binary image (see bw image below). How do I reproject my .tif image so it maintains its color scheme and layers?

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