this step, select the slice images to be included in the sequence.
All selected image files are copied to the sequence directory, thus it is not necessary
to keep them after the sequence has been created.
1: Sequence Creation Wizard Step 2.
field Browse specifies the directory were images are located.
Once a valid directory is selected, the image files are listed on the
field Available images as shown in Figure 1. Select the images
to be included in the sequence and click Add.
This adds the selected image from Available images to the Selected
images box as in Figure 2. Alternatively, do this by
double-clicking on the desired image.
2: Images selected for the sequence are displayed on the right.
image in the Selected images box represents a slice of the
sequence. If some of the slices are comprised of several images and it is necessary
to build a mosaic, it is convenient to store the images of
each slice in a separate directory. This way, complete
directories to the Selected images
box can be added and BioVis3D creates a composite slice with all the images of that
directory. In the example of Figure 3, slices 7, 8, and 9 are
created with the images found in the subdirectories compositeSlice000007,
compositeSlice000008, and compositeSlice000007 respectively.
3: Selection of images to build a mosaic.
Move Up and Move Down move the selected image on the Selected
images box. The order of the images in the Selected images
box is very important as it is interpreted by BioVis3d as the spatial
order of slices in the stack.
that all these operations apply also when more than one
image is selected.
See also: previous step, next step, sequence creation.