The Grid & Raster Editor provides a set of drawing tools to easily edit single and multi-band raster datasets (integer or floating point rasters) in ArcMap. For instance, one can change the value of a single cell, or change the value of more cells by sketching in the map.Try this tool. The toolbar combines image editor drawing tools (pixel edits) with the possibilities of ArcMap. It is like painting in an ESRI GRID or one of the many other supported raster formats. This creates some advantages above the default ArcMap functionality. In ArcMap it’s possible to draw graphics but these are not saved in the underlying geodataset. The Grid & Raster Editor saves the drawings directly in the edit raster by changing the cell values. The ARIS Grid & Raster Editor works without need of any extra ArcMap extensions (no need for Spatial Analyst). Drawing tools The ARIS Grid & Raster Editor adds a toolbar to ArcMap. This toolbar provides a set of tools to change the value of one or more cells. With these tools it is possible to: With the ARIS Grid & Raster Editor raster layers in an active dataframe in ArcMap can be edited. After starting an edit session the legend of the selected layer is shown in a dockable window. Here a value can be chosen to assign to the selected cells during editing. Supported raster formats Most single and multi-band raster formats editable by the ArcGIS Object Model are supported by the ARIS Grid & Raster Editor but may vary between ArcGIS versions. These raster formats include: The data types / pixel types as supported by ArcGIS for the above raster formats are also supported by the ARIS Grid & Raster Editor. Possible uses One possible use of the ARIS Grid & Raster Editor is to correct errors in an existing raster. For example, when a raster is generated from satellite or photo imagery, automatic classification can cause misclassified cells through problems with reflection or atmospheric conditions. With the ARIS Grid & Raster Editor these cell values can simply be modified. The ARIS Grid & Raster Editor can also be used as a sketch tool. The Grid & Raster Editor can be used to interactively design plans, which can be processed and evaluated with Spatial Analyst tools immediately. Requirements Required is one of the following ArcGIS 9.2, ArcGIS 9.3, ArcGIS 9.3.1, ArcGIS 10.0, ArcGIS 10.1, ArcGIS 10.2/10.2.1/10.2.2, ArcGIS 10.3/10.3.1, ArcGIS 10.4 licenses: Functionality for editing raster data will not be made available for ArcGIS Pro, as ArcGIS Pro does not offer any (programmatic) way to change a single cell value (at this time). Contact Use the Contact Form to request new features like support for: SDE / RDBMS Geodatabase Raster or specific renderers. Suggest modifications to existing tools or request availability for other platforms or versions. Please contact us if you have any other questions about the ARIS Grid & Raster Editor. Download Interested? You can download an almost fully functional version, with 5-day trial license for a specific ArcGIS version by clicking on the ‘Download setup’ link or view the User’s Manual in the table below. If you decide to purchase this product, a key will be sent to you by email. This key will enable you to unlock the permanent license. Note: The information in this page is updated to the latest version. The 2.x and 3.x versions only support editing of files with ESRI GRID format. See the appropriate manual for specific version capabilities. Source.