INTViewer 5.2 is an incremental update of INTViewer 5.1.1.
- Seismic and velocity models align automatically by trace position in XSection windows.
- Reporting tool for seismic metadata exports to CSV.
- Interactive/graphical picking of normalization limits through the “normalization” widget or through seismic histograms.
- Horizon and seismic calculator support header values as part of the formula.
- Support for SEG-Y rev2 sample formats.
- Seismic Generators are accessible from the Tools menu. A “resample” seismic generator has been added.
- Improved File Explorer to open individual SEG-Y files with a custom mapping.
- The default window system uses tabbed windows instead of frames. Set the INTVIEWER_WINDOW_SYSTEM environment variable to FRAMES to revert to frames.
- Windows can be tiled horizontally, vertically, or follow a grid pattern (instead of just horizontally).
- The auxiliary graph on top of XSection windows has become an auxiliary widget that can be resized and displayed along with other widgets. Other available XSection widgets are: magnifying glass, normalization, trace samples, and trace headers.
- Well log windows also have auxiliary widgets to peek into numerical values of wells.
- Faster access to analysis tools from the toolbar.
- Finer control over the content of legends.
- Annotations auto-hide in small windows.
- No limit to the number of traces for all analysis tools.
- Decimation is offered when the number of traces to analyse is high.
- Improved cross-plots: Logarithmic option has been added, along with histogram windows.
- The “Feature” menu has been renamed “Picking”.
- More intuitive horizon picking and deletion.
- Horizons can be interpolated from picks.
- Easier-to-use CRS selection dialog; displays areas of use on a map.
- A tool has been added to QC coordinates conversion.
- Python scripts can be configured to react to specific events.
- The Python terminal supports auto completion.
- An external Python Editor can be configured to edit Python files.
- Python scripts can be saved directly from the Python terminal.
- The Python API can be consulted as one document from the Python terminal.
- Nodes from the Desktop window can be imported as Python variables with a simple drag and drop.
- Improved support for session files: Invalid data paths can be fixed prior to loading a session file.
- Each data type has its own default directory.
- The reservoir plugin has been removed from the default distribution and is available as a free download from the update center instead.
- All fonts can be controlled from one options dialog, making it easy to use INTViewer in projection rooms.
- Please visit our Overview of API changes in INTViewer 5.2 for more information.
New Minimum Requirements
INTViewer now requires Java 7 or Java 8 (64 bits). Java 8 is preferred as Oracle is phasing out support for Java 7.
New Optional Plugins
(accessible from Tools → Manage Plugins → Available Plugins)
- The “Slideshow” plugin makes interactive presentations of your data, or creates simple Python workflows.
- The “SSH Server” plugin controls Python remotely through the SSH protocol
If you have suggestions for new functionality or ease of use, please contact us at email@example.com. To report errors, please use the Help → Get Support option in INTViewer.