When I try to make a corregistration between two SAR images with the option S-1 Back Geocoding, the loading screen show a percent of 4%, 7% or 8% but it doesn’t advance, it can take a long time, even hours, and the percentage doesn´t change, as if it were blocked. I have this problem with many images and is happening since these two weeks. I need help.
related to this issue: SRTM ZIP-files are corrupted or not found
Please select SRTM 1Sec instead, the error will soon be fixed.
It almost worked, I used STRM 1Sec Grid and STRM 1Sec HGT, and the process finished, but I have found another problem.
In the stack product I have two Intensity files, but the intensity file for slave image when I want to visualize it doesnt show information. This is happening with many stacks.
Then this is happening with many stacks, and when I try to create an interferogram this shows in the phase image this
I tried to do it with other DEM and the problem persists.
an empty product means that the coregistration failed.
Can you please check if both input products contain valid data before BackGeocoding?
First, how can I check that?
Second, I am goint to show that both files show the data until orbit file step.
Both images in orbit file are ok.
I don’t know another way to check valid data, can you teach me?
I changed the order of corregistration, I changed master image and slave image, curiously when I apply Back geocoding with SRTM 1Sec curiously always slave image doesnt show the data, but that slave image was the master image in another process that I did, and when that image was master the data was shown, so the problem is with slave image data in the Back Geocoding.
you can create a RGB image after BackGeocoding, please have a look at page 8-9 in this tutorial: Sentinel-1 TOPS interferometry
It didn’t work, red+green for master image, and blue for slave image, but it failled.
If your want to use SRTM 3Sec before the next update, please check the work around here: Gpt sentinel-1 back-geocoding error
I have found this link, http://skywatch-auxdata.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dem/SRTM90/tiff/ I have downloaded it, but I don’t know if I open it in snap, I don’t know how, it could solve my problem?
The address I have sent you is to make sure that the SRTM 3Sec data is correctly downloaded, because this has changed recently. So you don’t access the page to download it yourself.
As described here, you go to your snap installation directory and find the file called “snap.auxdata.properties” inside the ect folder
Open this file with a text editor and go to line
and replace it by
Save the file and close it. Next time SNAP searches for SRTM 3Sec data, it will access this source instead of the old one. The BackGeocoding step should then work again.
This will be fixed with the next update, but if you want to have SRTM 3Sec data automatically downloaded before you can change it yourself as described above.
Another thing is to make sure that SNAP is generally allowed to access online resources. Please make sure that port 443 is open in your firewall settings. How to Open a Port on Windows Firewall
Windows and Mac: How to open ports in your firewall
I’d like to know why with SRTM 1Sec slave image data is empty.
if it fails with both SRTMs it might really be the firewall.
I followed firewall steps, and the problem persists. I think that I have to wait the updates for SRTM 3Sec, for windows 10.
instead of auto download, you can also manually download a DEM and use it as an external DEM in this step
How can I import an external DEM in snap for windows 10?
Please use the search function of this forum:
- External DEM for SLC data coregistration
- How to import an external DEM into SNAP?
- Using External DEM 10x10m
- External DEM in offline mode
Can I use GMTED2010 DEM?. I am going to reproject it in WGS84 coordinates system.
yes, as long as it entirely covers your data and you store it as GeoTiff (in WGS84) you can use any elevation data as external DEM.