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WiseImage X Quick Start

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Table of Contents WiseImage Document ..............................................................4 WiseImage Document ........................................................4 WiseImage Document Properties.........................................4 Document Coordinate System.............................................5 The Inspector ...................................................................6 The Image Manager...........................................................7 The Layer Manager............................................................7 The Block Manager ............................................................8 Getting started ........................................................................9 Opening Files....................................................................9 Saving Files ......................................................................9 Navigating in a Document ................................................ 11 Precise Drawing Tools ...................................................... 12 Image Clip ..................................................................... 14 WiseImage Clipbooks....................................................... 15 Print .............................................................................. 16 WiseImage Objects ................................................................ 17 Raster Images ................................................................ 17 Vector Objects ................................................................ 17 Selection .............................................................................. 24 Raster Selection Methods ................................................. 26 Object selection methods of vector and raster data ............. 26 Raster Image Selection .................................................... 27 Editing WiseImage objects ...................................................... 30 Editing data, selected with object selection methods............ 30 Editing vector objects ...................................................... 33 Editing Raster Images...................................................... 33 Enhancing Scanned Images..................................................... 36 Deskewing ..................................................................... 36 Filtering Monochrome Images ........................................... 36 Restoring Images of Poor Quality ...................................... 43 Editing color images ............................................................... 46 Correcting image brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation .. 46 Correction by histogram ................................................... 46 Color Filters .................................................................... 47 Convert to RGB, greyscale, 8-bit indexed ........................... 48 Separating color and grayscale images to monochrome layers ..................................................................................... 49 Advanced Color Tools....................................................... 50 2

Rasterizing; Merging Raster Images ......................................... 54 Rasterizing Vector Data.................................................... 54 Merging Raster Images .................................................... 54 Tracing ................................................................................. 56 Tuning of tracing ............................................................. 56 Automatic Vectorization, Text Recognition................................. 62 Tuning of Vectorization .................................................... 62 Color Vectorization .......................................................... 67 Correcting Vectorization Results ........................................ 68 Batch and Script .................................................................... 70 Script Studio................................................................... 70 Batch Studio................................................................... 71 Customizing WiseImage.......................................................... 73 Customizing Program Parameters...................................... 73 Customizing the Interface ................................................ 74

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WiseImage DocumentBrief description: This lesson is devoted to WiseImage documents and document properties. You will learn how to customize a document and set a user coordinate system. This lesson also demonstrates the main dialogs the Inspector, the Image Manager, the Layer Manager, and the Block Manager.

WiseImage DocumentA WiseImage document can contain both raster images and vector objects at the same time; its workspace is unlimited. You can load an unlimited number of color, grayscale and monochrome raster images (Of course, capacity and working speed depend on your computer resources.). WiseImage supports the multi-document interface (MDI), i.e. the program can have several documents loaded, and you can simultaneously run different operations on all of them. WiseImage document files have a CWS extension. How are raster images stored in the document? There are two different ways to store raster images in WiseImage: 1. Linked raster images are stored separately from the document file 2. Embedded raster images are stored in the WiseImage document file

WiseImage Document PropertiesIf you start working with a new WiseImage document, then you can set its properties. The tuned document can be saved as template for further use. (To create a new file, choose File/New from the main menu. See the section Customizing Program Parameters on page 73 for information on template selection You can set up font type and height, color, current layer; line type and width, etc. as properties of a document. The properties of WiseImage objects may be set By layer (In this case the properties of created objects inherit the properties of the layer they belong to.); or By block (In this case, the objects comprised in the block inherit this blocks properties.). See the section on the The Layer Manager on page 7 for information on setting layer properties. How to set up document properties Open the Inspector (choose Inspector from the Tools menu) Make sure, that no object is selected otherwise the Inspector displays its properties. To unselect all objects you can press the UnSelect All button that is located on the Select toolbar (utmost right). 4

Make sure that no command is being executed; otherwise the Inspector displays its parameters. Press Esc to cancel all commands. Select desired values from the combo-box or enter them in the corresponding fields of the Inspector. Tip: You can save the tuned document as a template for further use.

Document Coordinate SystemYou can work in World Coordinate System or set up a User Coordinate System (UCS). How to set up a UCS 1. Choose Coordinate System from the Tools menu. In the Units tab, specify linear and angle measurement units and their accuracy Note: You can specify units for measuring line width separately in the User field of the Units tab. In the Coordinate System tab, choose User Coordinate System radio button. Choose the UCS axiss direction using one of the five corresponding radio buttons. Define UCS parameters origin, skew angle relative to -axis, and scale. Note: You can switch between coordinate systems in the Settings toolbar. 2. Set up the UCS. This is done either by entering origin and scale or by using several known reference points. a. Enter origin and scale.

press the button

to the right of the Origin field,

specify a point with known coordinates on the image, and enter the values of these coordinates to the To field.To set scale relative to a specific image: 5

press the button

to the right of the On Page field,

specify a distance (with two points on the image), set the value in the Actual field, and in the Units tab set Units (linear or angular) with Precision.or b. Enter origin and scale. You can specify the origin relative to another point which coordinates are known to you, for example points with known coordinates on a map. In the Advanced tab you can set a coordinate system based on several control points which coordinates are known. This method allows for your image to be referenced to the User Coordinate system you need.

Press the Add point button , then specify a point on the image the coordinate of this point will appear in the Source column; Enter the actual (known) coordinates of this point in the Destination field; To change a control point select it from the table, press the Move point button , and then specify a new position for this point in the image;

To delete a point press the Delete point button

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Once all points are set press the OK button. The InspectorUsing the Inspector you can view and edit the following information: WiseImage document settings See page 4 for detailed information on setting document properties. 6

Properties of selected object(s) Run command parameters

How to open the Inspector Choose Inspector from the Tools menu or press the Inspector button, located on the Properties toolbar

The Image ManagerUsing the Image Manager you can view all images loaded in the document, get information on image properties and edit some of them, save, delete and create new raster images, turn on/off visibility and lock (unlock) raster images, change the way of storing raster images in the document (in a separate file linked, or in the document file - embedded), and change the page order in a multi-page TIFF file. How to open the Image Manager Choose Images from the Tools menu Or press the Image Manager button located on the Properties toolbar