I was watching a video regarding image segmentation in ArcGIS Pro 2.4.0. It was an ESRI event (2018), so the presenters were ESRI employees. Here's the video I am referring to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v40abIwGZWA

During the demonstration, they segmented an image using the Segmentation tool under the tab Imagery --> Classification Tools --> Segmentation. The image was a satellite image (I forget exactly which satellite it was from, but I think the spatial resolution was 50 cm/pixel). With this resolution, they said that the default settings for spatial and spectral detail were just fine to use. Below is an image with the default settings:

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I am trying to perform image segmentation on very high-resolution drone imagery, with a spatial resolution of 1.1 cm/pixel.

My question is this: Can I have higher spectral and spatial settings for my imagery than the defaults? How would that affect my image classification?

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