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Article ID: GXA1265 — Created: 25 Jul 2019 — Reviewed: 25 Jul 2019
I have noticed that you have several "multi-angle" scans on your web site. We would like to create the same thing for our use in-house. How can we do this?
In uScope Navigator 4.3 and earlier, this must be done manually.
You must have completed several scans (of the same ROI) at different analyzer angles and created the associated deep zoom images.
The DeepZoom-??? folders for each angle must be copied into a new folder structure that appears as follows:
Scan-Name DZDirInfo.xml MIDZ.html Angle01 DZThumbnail.jpg DZThumbnail_sq.jpg DZInfo.xml DZViewer.xml DZOutput.xml DZOutput_files uS-Overview.jpg uS-Key.jpg Angle02 (same as Angle01 above) Angle03 (same as Angle01 above)
The root folder of your multi-angle scan (Scan-Name in this example) contains the following files:
These folders contain the deep zoom images for each angle. They contain the following files:
Follow these steps when creating the multi-angle deep zoom folder structure.
The Angle folders must be named Angle01, Angle02, Angle03, and so on. The suffix (01, 02, 03) are merely an index and do not reflect the angle of the scan.
You must request an updated MIDZ.html that supports multi-angle viewing from our technical support department.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <DZDirInfo xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> <AngleCount>3</AngleCount> <AngleList>0,45,90</AngleList> </DZDirInfo>
When all of the above steps are completed you should be able to launch MIDZ.html and view the multi-angle deep zoom images.
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