cropping satellite image (RGB image)

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hy everyone,,, i want to ask a question,, I have some satellite imagery that I downloaded from USGS. I want to doing cropping to the part of that image that unnecessary and take just the areas that I need. I want to ask how to cut the unnecessary part of that image and leaving only the parts that I need? and how to keep cropping I did, have same result for every image? because I need the same cropping area for each image.
can anyone help me? need reply soon.
best regards _trimurti_ God bless you.

Answers (2)

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 6 Sep 2011
On one of the images, use
[croppedIMG, rect] = imcrop(IMG);
The value stored in to rect will then be the cropping rectangle. You can apply that to another image as an extra argument to imcrop:
croppedIMG2 = imcrop(IMG2, rect);
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 10 Sep 2011
imwrite() the cropped images rather than using save() of the displayed version of the cropped image.

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Harry MacDowel
Harry MacDowel on 7 Sep 2011
To save the image in high quality, look for the print function
doc print
You can even set PaperPositionMode. I usually specify a landscape A4, then the resolution.
My sample:-
set(figurehnd,'PaperUnits','centimeters','PaperType','A4','PaperPosition',[0 0 29.7 21.0]);
figurehnd is the Figure handle variable. -r400 means resolution at 400 dpi.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 7 Sep 2011
See also this FAQ:

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