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SegDSeeMp 3.1.10
Muliplatform (Windows XP, 7 - 10; Linux CentOS/RHEL 5 - 7)

SegDSee - SEG-D/B viewer - display headers and seismic data from disk SEG-D оr SEG-B file

- Single shot file and Lacey Tape on Disk (LTOD) encapsulation is supported
- Currently supported formats: SEG-D 80XX, 0015 and Standard SEG-B

Release nodes:

SegDSeeMp 3.1.10
- Parsing of "Extended Channel Set Number" value in "Channel Set" header has been fixed
(Thanks to Igor Popov)

SegDSeeMp 3.1.8
- FairField sg16 files handling

SegDSeeMp 3.1.3
- 64 bit release for Windows

SegDSeeMp 3.1.0
- Changed trace search method
- Asynchronous file list filling
- User's manual added
- Reading SEG_D file with HydroScience SS header

- SegDSeeMp 3.0.beta-10
- SEG-B with short header decoding was fixed

- SegDSeeMp 3.0.beta-9
- Descale Multiplier decoding was fixed

- SegDSeeMp 3.0.beta-6
- Directory Selection Dialog has been modified

- SegDSeeMp 3.0.beta-4
- SEG-D Rev 2 with Tape Header decoding was fixed





SeiSee 2.22.6

SeiSee program shows seismic data in SEG-Y, CWP/SU, CGG CST format on screen of your personal computer (Windows-2000, XP, Vista, Windows-7-10, Linux+Wine).

The SeiSee features:

- supports standard integer (2,4 bytes) and IBM float (4 bytes) sample formats
- nonstandard integer(1 byte), float IEEE (4 bytes) sample formats[1]
- CGG Geovecteur disk SEG-Y format (.dat) (stg1)
- CWP/SU format (Seismic Un*x)
- CGG CST seismic files
- shows seismic in various modes (wiggle, variable area, variable density, color)
- scaling seismic image, gain control, axes labeling setup
- plots seismic to printer (plotter)
- exports the image in Windows Bitmap (.bmp) and PostScript formats.
- SEG-Y trace headers display (formats Integer*1,*2,*4, IEEE Float*4,*8, IBM Float*4 are supported)
- trace searching by header item value
- data samples browsing
- text header and binary editor
- band pass filter
- automatic gain control (AGC)
- headers consistency check
- write whole SEG-Y file or part of it to disk in SEG-Y (IBM-32) format with ability to select data on base of trace index or trace header value and given time interval; reversal trace order is also supported, processing parameters can be applied to recorded data (filter, AGC etc).
- export trace(s) sample and header values to text file
- import trace headers values from text file
- trace shift according with “Delay Recording Time” trace header value
- selection of traces to be displayed by trace index or header value and by expression
- trace headers change by means expressions
- single trace header value editing
- open and fix files containing wrong data in binary header (Recovery Mode)
- fast disc directory browsing
- trace and section power spectrum
- trace sorting, save color palette to file

Release Notes:

SeiSee 2.22.1 - 2.22.6
Some bugs fixed

SeiSee 2.22.0
Spectrum moved to separate window
Region Spectrum calculation added
Trace sorting
Files with negative values in Record Delay Header are supported now
Save/load color palette to/from file

SeiSee 2.20.1
"View" & "All" buttons in Hardcopy Tab

SeiSee 2.19.3
Trace Normalization added (See "Processing")

SeiSee 2.19.1
Save trace(s) samples together with header values to text file

SeiSee 2.18.2
Change Zoom and Gain by mouse wheel
Use RIGHT mouse button to drag section image

SeiSee 2.17.1
Serious bug fixed, update from 2.17.0 to 2.17.1 is strongly recommended

SeiSee 2.17.0
CGG CST files support added
Trace and section power spectrum

SeiSee 2.16
Display of some new SEG-Y Rev.1 headers added

SeiSee 2.15.4
Incorrect reading palette from registry (in Rev 2.15.3) was fixed

SeiSee 2.15.3
Text header encoding (EBCDIC/ASCII) auto detecting was added

SeiSee 2.15.1
Wrong file format (SEG-Y/SU) recognizing was fixed

SeiSee 2.15
Saving data to CWP/SU files

SeiSee 2.14
Reading of CWP/SU format (Seismic Un*x) was added

User's Manual

Follow this link to see user's manual.





WSegyCat 1.1.0-beta

WSegyCat concatenates SEG-Y files

Concatenated files should be compatible, i.e. they must have same :

- format code
- sample inteval
- same trace length
- same endian