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[IDV #BNU-363589]: Hi Res Image Files



> I ended up trying the width/height method in a .isl file and the images
> still end up exporting as the same size when I run it. The code to my file
> is below and I also have attached it.
> 

Hi Cody,

Sorry for the late reply, just back from a trip.

First, I can assure you that  width/height method is the one you need, I tested 
a couple run with or
without these parameters defined, and the output is totally different. AND BE 
SURE to run it as offscreen
mode, you set the offscreen mode to true, and on the command line run: "runIDV 
test.isl". If you set
the offscreen mode to true, but still running on the interactive mode, there 
should be no difference.

Yuan
> I was also wondering if there was a way to predefine a lat/lon box with a
> center point, upper left/right lower/left right points and a window/image
> size. I'm trying to run and export multiple .xidv bundle files I have saved
> with different model fields in a single .isl script. I want to eventually
> overlay this data on top of each other in HAniS, so I'm trying to get the
> lat/lon/image size to be exact. Unfortunately, some of my saved model
> design bundles in IDV are slightly different window sizes, so I need to
> somehow adjust them so they are all the same and stack on top of one
> another when overlaid.
> 
> I'm wondering if there is .isl code that can define window size and lat lon
> boxes so all files are exactly the same size/location or if there is a way
> to enter exact numbers for this stuff in IDV.
> 
> 
> Thanks for your help!
> Justin
> 
> 
> 
> 
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
> <isl debug="true" loop="1" offscreen="true" sleep="5.0minutes" times="258">
> 
> <!-- File & Procedure Setup -->
> <procedure name="makeMovie">
> <bundle clear="true" file="${islpath}/${bundlefile}" width="2000"
> height="2500" wait="true">
> <setfiles datasource=".*">
> <fileset file="/Users/Justin/Desktop/IDV Movie
> Test/2/default1.grb2"/>
> <fileset file="/Users/Justin/Desktop/IDV Movie
> Test/2/default2.grb2"/>
> </setfiles>
> </bundle>
> 
> <!-- Display Matrix Setup - CONUS -->
> <viewpoint  scale="1.1" transx="-0.1" transy="0.05" transz="0.0"/>
> 
> <!-- Movie File Setup -->
> <movie file="${islpath}/${moviefile},${islpath}/${moviefile2}"/>
> </procedure>
> 
> <!-- Build Files -->
> <makeMovie bundlefile="hanistest.xidv" moviefile="test.kmz"
> moviefile2="test.html"/>
> <makeMovie bundlefile="hanistest2.xidv" moviefile="test2.kmz"
> moviefile2="test2.html"/>
> </isl>
> 
> address@hidden> wrote:
> 
> > > Hi,
> > > I'm wondering if there is a way to capture/export even higher
> > > resolution images than are what is explicitly shown on the dimensions of
> > > the image viewer on my computer screen. I know it normally just captures
> > > the size of the image viewer, so I make it larger if I want a larger
> > image.
> > > But I can only make it so large with my computer screen. I'm trying to
> > > export a U.S. image onto Google Earth to where you can zoom in and it's
> > > still high res. I was wondering if there was a way around this.
> > >
> > > Thank you,
> > > Justin
> > >
> > >
> > HI  Justin,
> >
> > Acutely, there is something you can give it a try:
> >
> > First, turn off the adapter resolution in the Edit > Preferences > VIew
> > panel. You manually create
> > a display with highest resolution of the data, and save ISL bundle.
> >
> > Now, you can edit the ISL to change it to:
> >
> > 1) offscreen mode to true
> > 2)<bundle file="some_bundle_file.xidv..... /> to <bundle
> > file="some_bundle_file.xidv", width="8000" height="8000" .../>
> >
> > You can play with the number to get what you want, but make sure your
> > computer memory is big enough.
> >
> > Let me know how much improvement of your result.
> >
> >
> > Yuan
> >
> > Ticket Details
> > ===================
> > Ticket ID: BNU-363589
> > Department: Support IDV
> > Priority: Normal
> > Status: Closed
> > ===================
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> 


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: BNU-363589
Department: Support IDV
Priority: High
Status: Open
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