The File Menu
This is completely standard Windows stuff:
Open, Close, Save, Save As and Exit
plus a list of recently opened images.
The View Menu
This menu allows you to:
- Toggle the Tool and Status bars off and on.
- Move the program focus from window to window.
More easily done through the toolbar or with the function keys indicated.
- Zoom in, out and extents.
Also more easily done through the toolbar or with the function keys.
- The final item
dialogue box wherein you can customize the colours and precision of the on-screen display.
The Tool Menu
The tools menu provides access to some of the lesser used functions as well as the
function. The more commonly used functions are also available using the
- Database connection
brings up the
dialogue box which allows you to get your world coordinates from a database table or
instead of having to enter them manually.
- Output Image Parameters
Output Image Parameters
dialogue box which provides the tools needed to scale, rotate and mirror the rectified
closing the image will be rectified to the current parameters.
- Rectify (F5)
performs a rectification of the source image to the current parameters. These would be
defaults or the values from the currently active points and the values set in the Output
- Alternate PTS file
brings up the
Alternate Points File
dialogue box which allows you to select an already-saved as a template for your
- Reload PTS File
updates the current rectification parameters with the contents of the last saved (or last
points file. This is useful if you want to return to an earlier, stable, situation prior to the
- Calibrate Camera
dialogue box which provides a tool to reduce the effects of lens distortion on your
- Save corrected image
After Camera Calibration this option becomes available and will save your calibration
corrected for lens distortion.
- Install AutoCAD utilities
This will prompt you to enter a directory on your AutoCAD search path where it will
small AutoLisp file
which will install the
AutoCAD Menu and Utilities
The Window Menu
This is pretty much standard Windows fare providing for a variety of ways to tile the
windows, none very useful, and
Tile Group F7
which is useful but is more easily accessed using the function key or the toolbar icon
As well there is a list of the open windows which you can use to access the one of your
The Help Menu
The Help menu has 3 options.
which is what you are reading now in some form or other and which should look
the following when you first open it.
This only shows up when there is no image active and allows you to
your copy of ASRix.
which provides some information about the program which you will need to provide with
any bug reports or queries you might have.
Generated by: CART
(Thu Sep 20 17:56:46 2007