I am using ArcPy to save a TIFF file in a geodatabase file with this code:

arcpy.RasterToGeodatabase_conversion(Input_Rasters=r'D:\Projects\GEBCO_2019_Geotiff.tif', Output_Geodatabase=r'D:\Projects\Example.gdb')

This will create a layer named GEBCO_2019_Geotiff.

What I want is to set by myself the layer name, is there a way?

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    If you only have to convert one raster, I would probably use the Copy Raster function, which will do the same as the RasterToGeodatabase but will give you control on the name of the output. – umbe1987 Jul 10 '19 at 15:04
  • @umbe1987 thanks a lot! That's perfect! – cicciodevoto Jul 10 '19 at 15:28
  • you're welcome ;) – umbe1987 Jul 10 '19 at 15:50

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