Decipher Free users can export a colour image of clipped biomass imagery from Decipher as a GeoTiff file.

Decipher Plus users can also export clipped biomass imagery, with the choice of exporting a coloured image or as raw data ready for upload.

Raw data GeoTIFF files can be uploaded into other imagery applications.

Colour images can be uploaded into reports or uploaded into other imagery applications as an image layer.

To export:

  • Click the 'Imagery' icon in the left-hand menu to display the biomass panel.
  • Under the image clipping header, select Farm or Paddock to clip the imagery to your chosen area.
  • Select your Biomass options: SD, HD or peak imagery
  • Then select either daily, monthly or seasonal imagery, to adjust the biomass frequency.
  • If you would like even great contrast detail, you can adjust the colour scale on the Biomass panel by using the low, standard or high presets (for example, if you know the area has low plant density, choose the low preset).
  • Then to export, click on the ‘Export imagery’ button in the top right corner of the map.
  • Select if you would like your imagery prepared as a colour image, as raw data or as both.
  • Select 'Export'.
  • Your imagery is now being prepared for download which can take up to five minutes. Once your imagery has been prepared for export, you can find it in MyData under the Exports folder.
  • To export, click the ‘Download’ icon.

Read more about clipping imagery to a farm or paddock here.

Read more about adjusting Decipher’s colour stretch here.

Read more about Decipher’s different biomass imagery settings here.

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