Imago Capture X is the new version of Imago Capture and is available from the download section of the website. It allows you to capture new imagery by controlling a supported camera or uploading pictures from your local computer. The software provides the functionalities required to perform frame and core cropping, box assignation, and from and to depth assignation.
In this guide, you will find how to:
- Create a Capture X Profile
- Importing an Image
- Setting up a Camera in Imago Capture X
- Cropping Tools
- Uploading an image to the Imago Portal
Create a Capture X Profile
In order to use Imago Capture X, you must have first created an account and a Workspace with the imagery type and image type in the Imago Portal.
You can also read the Hierarchy of Data within Imago article for more information.
Next, you will have to define the actions to be performed to the imagery:
Importing an Image
Uploading an Image to Imago Portal
Where to Next?
This article introduced you to image capture with Imago Capture X. Want to use your mobile to capture and upload images? Getting started with Imago Mobile explains how to do this.
Do you have a single image you want to upload via the portal instead of your camera or mobile? How to upload Single Pictures to Imago explains how to do this.
Here is a list of supported cameras.
Capturing the best quality core images is essential. Capture Better Drill Core Images: Crash Course on Manual Camera Settings explains how to do this.
An imagery station is important for the capture of high-quality images. What Imaging Station Shall I Build? provides some good advice depending on whether you are capturing core, reverse circulation cuttings or field piles. For chip trays, Building an Chip Tray Imaging Station explains how this may be done.
Have a look at using a Pre-built Core Imaging Station, if time is of the essence.
Want to link your captured images to your downstream product? Creating a URL Link to an Imago Image explains how to do this.