09-13-2017 05:41 AM
You don't have to have a LUT file to perform stretching with this command, but if you want to use one you have to create it with a product like IRASC or Image Analyst. I suspect the LUT files generated with PixelQue (ISDIA) would also work. The LUT files have to have the same name as the image files that are being displayed and have a ".lut" extension.
You can also apply an automatic stretch (ADRA) while roaming about the imagery by clicking the appropriate button on your 3D input device. You can refer to the Button Map command to locate the proper button, but be sure to have Roam loaded before opening the Button Map.
09-13-2017 07:12 AM
I created an LUT using ISDIA (image analyst), and it worked. The process however, is far too cumbersome to go through image after image. There must be a way batch process to create the appropriate LUT files for all the images in a project?
The auto-enhance has always worked, it often doesn't deliver the result I'm looking for, so I prefer the option on the ISSD image pull-down menu
09-13-2017 07:42 AM
Yes, there is a way to do that...
This should allow ISSD to pick up the same LUT for all your images in that program.