Capturing Collections

This part of the Capture X Getting Started Guide follows on from Capturing Collections. It describes:

Capturing Subsequent Images

To capture the next image in the dataset, click the New button:

As before, enter the start and end depths and the box number, then click the Dry button. Once the captured image has been displayed, apply the saved cropping template and adjust it, if required.

As you work capturing additional images for the collection, you can navigate through the images and adjust their information, if necessary. Navigate using the arrow buttons:

Selecting a Different Profile

Change to a different profile by clicking on the button in the upper righthand corner of the window and selecting Settings. Click on Profiles, then click the Activate button for a different profile. In this example, a different profile is selected that supports capturing both wet and dry images.

After selecting a different profile and returning to the main window, you will be prompted to select a workspace/dataset and collection for capture. In this example, the same workspace/dataset will be used (A) once again but instead of creating a new collection, images will be added to the existing DRILLHOLE_01 (B) collection:

Because capture profile supports a second image type, there is an additional button in the Capture X window.

When adding to an existing collection, you only need to enter the end depth, then click Wet to capture the next image.

You can also keep using the existing cropping template or create a new one.

Starting a New Collection

Once you finish capturing a collection such as a drillhole, you can start a new collection/drillhole by clicking on the Change button (A). Click New (B) to create a new collection, then enter a name for it (C).

You can then start adding images to the new collection.