I have been experiencing this problem for quite some time and I cannot seem to find a way to resolve it. Hopefully someone will have a suggestion. When I import Ground Imagery, the contrast is often way too intense as if the image is over exposed or a contrast and brightness filter were applied improperly. I checked the image in Photoshop and the brightest areas are well below 255.255.255 RGB white. I would almost say that some shader is parcing the images wrong for the viewport. Has anyone else experienced this issue? Anyone found a way around it?</
See my post at the link below and see if that helps....
That's a negative. The image only appears to have the 3 color channels and not a 4th. My imagery is defaulting to a band mapping type of RGB. As a test to see what would happen, I switched to Gray and set band #1: red as the type. I get a grayscale image for the aerial as expected, but the white are completely blow out as before. Again, it is as if AIM is applying a contrast and brightness filter to the image.
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