Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of Procedures/RCDPhotoProcessing

Jul 2, 2010, 2:50:23 PM (14 years ago)



  • Procedures/RCDPhotoProcessing

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    33The RCD produces raw files that need to be processed in order to create TIFF files.  The processing basically uses a gain and offset scaling and (probably) corrects for lens distortion.  See the [wiki:Sensors/RCD_CH39 RCD page] for more details, including filename convention.
     5Note this is currently not working under wine so all photo processing needs to be done on the windows box.
    57= Processing the raws =
    710 1. Load the Leica photo processing software
    811    * Under Windows, select start->programs->leica->calibration->Calibration Post Processing
    9     * If using wine, run "leica_photo_processing"
     12    * If using wine, run "leica_photo_processing" -
    1013 1. Select the appropriate camera config (Parameters)
    1114    * As of late 2009, this is CH39_021_060
    1215    * There may be updates to this as the camera is recalibrated
    1316 1. Select the input files
    14     * Typically this will be something like ~airborne/workspace/IPY09_11-2009_219_Helheim/leica/RCD/images
     17    * Typically this will be something like ~airborne/workspace/IPY09_11-2009_219_Helheim/leica/rcd/images
    1518    * You can click and shift-click to select a list from the open file dialog, but be aware that it appears to take about 5 seconds per file under wine, so expect a long wait while it's thinking (it hasn't crashed!)
    1619 1. Ensure both Auto Contrast and Adaptive Left-Right Balance are selected.
    1720 1. Select the output directory
    18     * Typically this will be something like ~airborne/workspace/IPY09_11-2009_219_Helheim/leica/RCD/images-processed
     21    * Typically this will be something like ~airborne/workspace/IPY09_11-2009_219_Helheim/leica/rcd/proc_images
    1922 1. Select 16 bit TIFF output ('''this is important! ''')
    2023 1. Hit the start button and go for coffee (allow about 20-30secs per file)