INTViewer 2019

We’re pleased to announce the release of INTViewer 2019.

What’s New in 2019?

  • Oracle Java 11 and OpenJDK 11 are supported.Use Oracle’s latest runtime or reduce costs by migrating to OpenJDK’s free version.
  • Contour maps have been added to horizon and grid surface map visualizations.
  • An option to perform partial transpositions has been added — this saves disk space by decimating the number of samples transposed.
  • The format of XGY files has been modified to include additional metadata such as the projected coordinates to WGS84. This format is backward compatible with older versions of INTViewer.
  • The INTGeo plugins now support IVAAP for seismic and wells posted to Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, Amazon S3, and Google Cloud Storage.
  • The reservoir plugin supports .GRDECL reservoir files.
  • Saving to a 2-byte signed SEG-Y format requires clipping parameters.
  • Go to for an overview of API changes.
  • High DPI laptops — When using INTViewer 2019 on high resolution laptops, override the high DPI settings as instructed in Help → Help Contents → Known Issues → DPI.

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