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[McIDAS #YPS-212209]: McIDAS-X for Windows 7 v2018.2 distribution



Hi again,

re:
> I had just installed IDV, is it unable to handle .hdf files or is
> there a plug-in i need to install to allow it to read?

There is no plug-in for the IDV for HDF files.  Please try McIDAS-V
to see if it gives you the access you need.

I'm curious about the scope of your use of imagery in HDF files.
Do you have a few images that you want to investigate, or is this
an ongoing need?  The reason I ask is that McIDAS-X can serve imagery
in select HDF files, and both the IDV and McIDAS-V can access that
data via the McIDAS-X remote ADDE server.  If, for instance, you
only have a "few" (a nebulous concept, I know) images, then we could
host them for you here.  If, on the other hand, you will be wanting
to access images in HDF format routinely, then I would recommend that
McIDAS-X be installed on a Linux machine at UAlbany (McIDAS-X has been
run there before, so this is not totally new), and you access those
images from either IDV or McIDAS-V.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: YPS-212209
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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