VelPAK Kingdom | Depth Conversion, Depth Uncertainty | What's New?

What’s new in VelPAK in Kingdom 2020 Part 1

Here at Equipoise Towers not only have we been developing our Pre-Stack Inversion module but we have done a number of updates and enhancements for VelPAK available in Kingdom 2020.

Here is Part 1 of the list of fabulous updates. Join us again for our July post for Part 2!

Display Customisation

User definable plot ranges has been extended to all modules – use the “Display” fly-out “Range” tab where appropriate.  Likewise, the display modules now have the quick shortcut icon  to allow you to define the default plot ranges to that of the curent zoom level.   Use the “Display > Range” fly-out tab to reset the ranges to Auto for data driven plot ranges if required.

A template system is now available on all displays to save and load the currently defined plot parameters by a named template. Use the template icon to open the drop-down menu to access these options.

Window snapshots for easy comparisons

It is now much easier to compare results from different graphs, depth uncertainty, depth conversion etc. Each graphical module now has a “Snapshot” icon .  This makes a snapshot bitmap image of the currently displayed screen, and copies it into a new tab called “Image”.  Multiple snapshots from a display may be be captured and compared. The contents can be panned and zoomed, but remember they are bitmaps not vector graphics as seen in the main graphical display, so be sure to zoom in or out on the main display to capture all the information you may wish to capture in the bitmap. The image resoultion is that defined by the “Preferences>Images” tab.

The snapshots can be tiled and docked for easy comparison for both the current layer and between layers.

The Image windows have a right-click context menu that permits the snapshots to be copied to the clipboard, saved to an image file, printed or the default zoom reset.

The default save folder is the “Report” directory, enabling the images to be compiled automatically into the report. The Image tab name becomes that of the saved image file.