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scanlook-pc-release-notes [2020/04/25 09:01]
jeff.fagerman [Version 1.0.19X]
scanlook-pc-release-notes [2020/05/23 10:06]
jeff.fagerman [Version 1.0.19X]
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   - Applying spatial proximity filters AFTER applying control/tie corrections.   - Applying spatial proximity filters AFTER applying control/tie corrections.
   - If more than 5 returns but only 5 returns allowed by format, using 1 to 4 and then the last return.   - If more than 5 returns but only 5 returns allowed by format, using 1 to 4 and then the last return.
 +  - Excluding Ties and Control folders from all file searches (to speed things up).
 +  - In Stop-and-go (pause/​resume) scanning with Velodyne, the EndingTime on some '​breaks'​ would be off by one event. This is just used for a lookup for convenience so no geometric issues.
 +  - Breaking las files to separate files on pause-resume breaks
 +  - Added user parameter for Scanner Rotation to Nadir. This is just in case the internal solution is somehow incorrect.
 +  - Added Opt2Scl (Optech to ScanLook) conversion.
 +  - Added horizontal tie point correction for streetview scanning.
 +  - Modified some Yes/​No/​Cancel user queries to use a better option dialog.
 +  - Fixed command line to once again work properly.
 +  - Added automatic creation of an EXIF friendly data file to Ladybug.
 +  - Fixed Cumulative Distance calculation in stop-and-go scenarios.
 +  - Added option to disable Nag screens (are you sure, etc.?).
 +  - If a raw data file is missing the user is warned. E.g. if VelodyneData_2.pcap is missing.
 +  - The Distance calculation in the Graphics tool was incorrect for accumulated,​ multiple leg measurements.
 +  - Added the NCTech 360 iStar camera boresight and colorization.
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