Hello SNAP forum community,
Since 5-th version of snap it became possible to co-register the whole stack of Sentinel images at once using back-geocoding operator. However, if I apply an ESD to this co-registered stack, only first slave image will be processed and all others will become empty.
Is it planned to make ESD operator support stacks of images?
I created a stack of the images by back-geocoding option, now I get an error when I want to run the Enhanced Spectral Diversity. Can I skip this step or is necessary? I’m using Sentinel 1A images and have 4 stacks each containing 12 images back-geocoded on the same master.
This is the error
A problem occurred during the target product processing
Type: Operator Exception
Thanks ABraun. I got the same error for de-bursting too. does that mean that I don’t need to de-burst too? because I think de-bursting removes the margins of the sub-swath so I believe this is a necessary step even though I’m using a single burst.