Version 2 (modified by benj, 16 years ago) (diff)

Added -sYS option

Common command line options for azspec

Verbose output

-1 <HDF_Filename>
Use <HDF_Filename> as the output level 1 HDF file

-S <File_Path>
Path for Specim raw data. Note while you can specify a specific file, it's better not to - that way it searches for .raw, .hdr, .nav and .log files (raw data, header files, nav file including sync and log of dropped frames respectively).

-sd <File_Path>
Path for dark frame files if not included in -S path above.

-sc <File_Path>
Path for radiometric calibration files.

-sYS <Sync_Flag> <Sync_Recovery> <Sync_Correction> <Check_Gap>
Specifies control of nav sync recovery. Should only be used if sync cannot be obtained from nav file, in which case use "-sYS 0 0 0 0" to force use of .hdr file start time and then fix alignment later using SCT Offset in aznav.

  • <Sync_Flag> - Set to 1 to get sync in azspec or 0 to get sync in azimport (default 1).
  • <Sync_Recovery> - Set to 0 to use nest nav message sync recovery, 1 to use nearest integral second of GPS time (default 1).
  • <Sync_Correction> - Number of seconds to be added to sync time as correction. Actual effect on output not known.
  • <Check_Gap> - Check gap to search for sync time relative to approximate .hdr start time.

To get a more complete (somewhat dense) listing of azspec command-line switches type "azspec" with no arguments at the command-line. Note still may not be exhaustive.