Problem: Exporting from ArcMap does not complete or hangs. Description. When exporting from ArcMap to PDF, for example, ArcMap just stops or hangs. I have had this same issue with the same steps you described. I disabled these two items and have exported a few pdfs since, but haven’t really. When ArcFM exports map sheets, it leverages ArcGIS’s export code. Exporting too many PDF files at once can cause memory problems.

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Let me know if it works or if it helps or what it says. Translation Feedback How can we make this translation better? The default is to export by using the raster dataset’s original cell size. Sign up using Facebook. If the output location is a geodatabase, the output type will frashes be the correct geodatabase type. Have you compared the AdvancedSettings. This only occurs when data driven pages are used. I’ve tested using 75 dpi however it is still crashing unfortunately.

To solve this, change as many feature weights as possible to none. Just put that into the python console changing the “Insert Related Information Maps print or export blocky, chunky, low quality, or raster banded from ArcMap Cannot map metafile into memory.

Does anyone have problems exporting to a PDF with a high resolution raster as a background? : gis

Thanks for your input though! Please provide as much detail as possible. Such as every attempt at printing directly from ArcGIS will crash it for one user, but not the other, even though they both have exporring same printers, print drivers, etc. Please try again in a few minutes. Please try again in a few minutes. How can we improve? Contact our Support Team.


Questions or issues with the site? In the ArcMap table of contents, right-click the raster dataset you want to export, click Datathen click Export Data. Have you messed with any of the advanced arcmap settings? Does anyone have problems exporting to a PDF with a high resolution raster as a background? Also could be a disk space issue–where are you exporting the pdf to and does that drive have adequate space?

What helps to me was to close other memory “hungry” programs or to reduce the dpi of the export. Please rate your online support exlorting with Esri’s Support website. I haven’t used any code, simply using data driven pages with a strip index. That being said, mine still has 16gb of ramola. Is This Content Helpful?

Problem: Exporting from ArcMap does not complete or hangs

ArcCatalog crashes when exporting a raster dataset to the grid eporting Description While attempting to export a raster dataset to the grid format, ArcCatalog crashes.

If it works albeit takes a long time play with the settings until you get something that works for you. Content feedback is currently offline for maintenance. Not armap if that would be it, wasn’t a problem in v Questions or issues with the site? Set the critical labels to high so that they will be displayed. Perhaps I can get IT to install the one you recommend but we are hoping for a fix to the problem instead of just avoiding it.


Set the label weights to Low.

Problem: ArcCatalog crashes when exporting a raster dataset to the grid format

See this thread for some more information: What issues are you having with the site? See what the python console outputs when exportinv run it. I tried leaving it to export overnight and nothing had changed the next morning. Maybe you are low on memory, happens to me on my old crqshes too. I am using ArcGIS Here are a few: Sign up using Email and Password.

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. The other half of the time it gives me a clearer picture of why it’s not working. The Export Raster Data dialog box in ArcMap allows you to export the entire raster dataset or the crashees in the display.

The export routines for the IMG and TIFF formats will warn when you run out of disk space, and will clean up properly after themselves. When a graphic is used to clip your data, NoData pixels will most likely exist in the output. When I export a data driven MXD using a strip index i. Check your pagefile size virtual memory in windows–maybe increase it a bit.

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