Preview an image
To further inspect and preview how an image was captured during collection, complete the following steps:
- In the Queued Images panel, click the view button (eye icon) on an image.
A full resolution preview of the image appears that you can inspect by zooming and panning.
- If desired, utilize the rotate button to rotate the image in the preview window by clicking and holding the outer perimeter and dragging your cursor around. Click the center of the rotate button to reset the image so top is up.
Click the center of the rotate button to reset the image so top is up.
- Optionally, click the metadata button (document icon) to view the corresponding metadata for the image or copy the metadata to your clipboard.
Note:The metadata tray can be viewed in three sizes by clicking the expand button at the bottom of the tray. Clicking this button cycles through the three sizes. The middle size is the default.
- Optionally connect to the canvas view.
- Click the close button in the upper right corner to close the image preview window.
You can preview the metadata of each image to learn more about it.
- On the Queued Images tab, click the document button for an image.
- View the information about the image in the image metadata panel.
- Click the close button in the upper right corner to close the image metadata panel.
Remove images from the queue
To remove a single image from the Queued Images tab, click the recycle bin button next to the image of interest. The selected image is removed from the list and its corresponding footprint is removed from the search map as well. To remove all images in the queue, click Clear Queue. All corresponding footprints are removed from the search map as well.
Create an imagery project
Connect to the imagery exploitation canvas
Click Connect to Canvas to open the imagery exploitation canvas where you can focus on and work with the queued images using the display and exploitation tools.
The map focus panel in the imagery exploitation canvas is zoomed to the extent of the queued images and corresponding footprints, and the image metadata table is populated with corresponding images. Learn more about the imagery exploitation canvas.