How To: Align the cells of the output raster with the cells of another raster using the Clip tool
Instructions provided describe how to align the cells of an output raster with the cells of another raster using the Clip tool.
To align cells of the output raster from the Clip tool with another raster, set this other raster as the snap raster in Environment settings. Additionally, set the projection and the cell size of the output raster the same as the snap raster.
Set the snap raster, the output coordinate system, and the cell size in the Clip tool's Environment Settings.
Open the Clip tool. On the Geoprocessing menu, click Clip.
In the Clip tool dialog box, click the Environments button.
In the Environments Settings dialog box, under Processing Extent, set the alignment raster as the Snap Raster.
In the Environments Settings dialog, under Output Coordinates, set the Output Coordinate System to the snap raster.
In Environment Settings, under Raster Analysis, set the Cell Size to be the same as the snap raster. Click OK, and OK again to close the dialogs and save the settings.