I have a ton of rasters in my ArcGIS project, each with 4 bands. At the moment, I am changing the raster bands, one by one, for each file:
- Red becomes Band 2
- Green becomes Band 1
And I am setting the Stretch Type to Minimum-Maximum, like on this screenshot:
Problem is, it's like 300 Rasters and the manual job is just taking too long. I have checked the ArcGIS Toolbox and the help, but I have not found a way to do that as a batch job.
Marking all the rasters and change the properties for all of them all together does not work either.
Afterwards I want to set these settings from the Image Analysis for RGB Stretch for each of the rasters as well, but preferably not manually.
Unfortunately, I am just fresh at remote sensing and image analysis.
 Since it has been asked. I am doing this because I need to visualize and enhance trees from satellite images. I got the images from this source: link.
With the above mentioned settings I could change the picture in the following way, which is exactly what I am aiming for:
After some more research, I have discovered the ArcGIS tool "Apply symbology from layer", but it changes me only the bands and the min-max stretch and not the settings in the "image analyzis" window and it takes forever. It's been running now since 7 hours and I am scared that it crashes.
The final and most ideal outcome is that I can convert the red (tree) areas into a shapefile. Unfortunately, I have not come across a solution for that yet either, so if anyone knows something about that, I will be eternally grateful!
And if anyone has a better way of doing all this, please come forward!