Thetype exposes the following members.
Gets or sets the cameras file.
Gets or sets the raster filename filter.(Inherited from AddRastersParameters.)
Gets or sets the frames file.
Gets or sets the input directory.(Inherited from AddRastersParameters.)
Gets or sets the input file.(Inherited from AddRastersParameters.)
Gets or sets the maximum pixel size factor.(Inherited from AddRastersParameters.)
Gets or sets the minimum pixel size factor.(Inherited from AddRastersParameters.)
Gets or sets the raster function template file.(Inherited from AddRastersParameters.)
Gets or sets the status of sharing raster info.
Mosaic datasets (via the MosaicDatasetRaster class) are used to manage, display, serve, and share raster data. When you create a new mosaic dataset, it is created as an empty container in a geodatabase to which you can add raster data. The object provides the mechanism to set various properties including the use of camera and frame text files so that a raster can be added to a mosaic dataset (via the AddRastersAsync(AddRastersParameters) method).
Some of the properties on AddRastersParameters class that enable adding a raster into a mosaic dataset include specifying, the file filter type (like .tif or .jpg) of the rasters that are to be included (Filter property), the directory location (InputDirectory property) of the raster files, the minimum pixel cell size of the raster to be included (MinPixelSizeFactor property) and more.
Unique attributes of using the AddRastersParameters class have to do with defining 'frame' and 'camera' text files which specify how a raster image was captured from a satellite or aircraft. The frame and camera table files refers to a single perspective imaging camera with an optical lens that can be modeled as a pinhole. To define the frame table use the FramesFile property, see the ArcGIS Pro document entitled 'Frames table schema' (https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/help/data/imagery/frames-table-schema.htm) for more information. To define the camera table use the CamerasFile property, see the ArcGIS Pro document entitled 'Cameras table schema' (https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/help/data/imagery/cameras-table-schema.htm) for more information.class rather than the parent