Velocity View can be invoked from the command line by adding one parameter (``velview'') to the usual Ricksep invocation for multiple volumes:
The order of specifying the input volumes is important, since Velocity View treats ``seismic.T'' as the high-frequency volume and ``velocity.T'' as the low-frequency volume.
The synthesized volume appears in the place of the high-frequency volume. Moving the VEL VIEW slider on the control panel alters the resemblance of the result to a source volume, as described in Section 2.4. Shifting the slider far left, we obtain the high-frequency volume. Shifting the slider far right, we obtain the low-frequency volume. All of the controls for Velocity View are listed in the above table.
|Turn off Velocity View||[menu] VelView > Separate Cubes|
|Turn on Velocity View and||[menu] VelView > Synthesize by|
|synthesize by adjusting intensities||Adjusting Intensities|
|Turn on Velocity View and synthesize||[menu] VelView > Synthesize by|
|by copying differences||Copying Differences|
|Shift resemblance towards high-||[slider] VEL VIEW > left|
|Shift resemblance towards low-||[slider] VEL VIEW > right|