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4 Loop Control System
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Loop Control System

The loop control system is a group of McIDAS commands for viewing image frames in a sequence. The order of frames in a loop can be sequential or random. For example, when image frames are loaded with a chronological series of satellite images, you can loop them to follow cloud motions. This lesson describes how to: The following commands are used in this lesson.

Command Function

A advances one frame
B backs up one frame
DR defines the dwell rate
F displays the workstation state
L turns looping on and off
LB sets frame loop bounds
LS defines a looping sequence
MAKFRM adds new frames to a McIDAS session
O displays the opposite frame

4.0  Loop Control System - Basic Concepts
McIDAS Learning Guide: Loop Control System - Basic Concepts
4.1  Loop Control System - Creating a Loop
McIDAS Learning Guide: Loop Control System - Creating a Loop
4.2  Loop Control System - Changing the Dwell Rate
McIDAS Learning Guide: Loop Control System - Changing the Dwell Rate
4.3  Loop Control System - Changing the Loop Sequence
McIDAS Learning Guide: Loop Control System - Changing the Loop Sequence
4.4  Loop Control System - Adding Image Frames
McIDAS Learning Guide: Loop Control System - Adding Image Frames

 


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