New LRPT analizer

Downloads

—– ver. 12  —-

New LRPT analizer – LRPToffLineDecoder_2014.11.10.0012.exe.zip

A sample ini-file –     LRPToffLineDecoder.ini

 

—– ver. 14  —-

New LRPT analizer – LRPToffLineDecoder_2014.11.13.0014.zip

A sample ini-file –     LRPToffLineDecoder_2014.11.13.0014.ini

How to run

By itself, the new LRPT analyzer works similar to the old. New features aimed at automating the processing is added when the analyzer is provided ini-file containing the plan of work. Ini-file can be provided to analyzer in two ways: 1)  through the command line; 2) If you place the ini file in the same location where the executable analyzer plus the name of the ini file must be like the executable analyzer.

 

The structure of the ini-file (red – appended in ver.14)

Section IN

  • source=man/file  – file selection in dialog box by man/processing starts automatically
  • filename=*.s  – actually only for “source=file”
  • mode=80K/72K/any   –  “any” actually for “source=man”

Section  OUT

  • path=*                         – output path for the files, logs and images
  • rgb=xxx.bmp/xxx.jpg  – use “rgb” to specify the band cobination and output image format
  • rgb_q=1..100               – use “rgb_q” to specify the quality of jpeg output image
  • mono=jpg/bmp/yes/no –  use “mono” to specify the generation of band grey images
  • logs=no/yes
  • APID70=no/yes
  • VCDU=no/yes

9 thoughts on “New LRPT analizer

  1. Jeff Kelly

    HI – thanks so much!
    I am having trouble with the RGB out.
    I get the Gray out but no RGB.

    Also can there be an option to shutdown the program after the last image output?

    Here is my ini file: See anything?

    [IN]

    ;— begin “source=file” —-
    source=file

    ;”filename” specifies a file will be processed automatically
    ;filename=E:\temp8.11.2014\Ìåòåîð-Ì ¹2_LRPT_2014-11-8-10-13-53-90_raw.dat2014-11-8-14-29-53-711.s
    ;filename=E:\temp7.08.2014\Ìåòåîð-Ì ¹2_LRPT INT_2014-8-7-9-12-52-150_raw.dat2014-8-7-11-51-14-506.s

    mode=72K
    ;mode=80K

    ;— end “source=file” —-

    ;— begin “source=man” —-
    ;source=man
    ;mode=any
    ;— end “source=man” —-

    [OUT]

    ;— begin “rgb” —-
    ;use “rgb” to specify the band cobination and output image format

    rgb=122.jpg
    ;rgb=122.bmp
    ;— end “rgb” —-

    ;— begin “rgb_q” —-
    ;RGB image CompressionQuality 1..100
    rgb_q=100
    ;— end “rgb_q” —-

    ;— begin “mono” —-
    ;use “mono” to specify the generation of band grey images

    ;jpeg compression. CompressionQuality always 100
    mono=jpg

    ;no compression
    ;mono=bmp
    ;mono=yes

    ;no band images (default)
    ;mono=no

    ;— end “mono” —-

    ;— begin “logs” —-
    ;manage the generarion of log-files
    ;logs=yes
    logs=no
    ;— end “logs” —-

    ;— begin “APID70″ —-
    ;manage the generation of apid70-file
    ;APID70=yes
    APID70=no
    ;— end “APID70″ —-

    ;— begin “VCDU” —-
    ;manage the generation of VCDU-file
    ;VCDU=yes
    VCDU=no
    ;— end “VCDU” —-

    ;”path” – output path for the files, logs and images
    path=c:\Users\jkelly\Desktop\New_M2\

    Jeff

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  2. ROBONUKA Post author

    I think I understand what problem is. Add “filename=” in your ini.

    [IN]
    source=file
    filename=your .dat or .s file full name
    mode=72K
    [OUT]
    rgb=122.jpg
    rgb_q=100
    mono=jpg
    logs=no
    APID70=no
    VCDU=no
    path=c:\Users\jkelly\Desktop\New_M2\

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  3. Jeff Kelly

    I get the mono but not the RGB Color file:

    [IN]
    source=man
    filename=your .dat or .s file full name
    mode=72K
    [OUT]
    rgb=122.bmp
    rgb_q=100
    mono=bmp
    logs=no
    APID70=no
    VCDU=no
    path=c:\Users\jkelly\Desktop\New_M2\

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    1. ROBONUKA Post author

      This is by design in the “man” – RGB done manually. Automatically RGB formed only in the “file”. In the next release I will make a special mode “man+” which will work as you want.

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  4. Jeff Kelly

    Oh…
    I thought the “man” meant you can pick the file and the image processing is automatic.
    I would still like that feature, if possible.
    Something like….
    file_select=man/auto

    Also is there any way on “AUTO” to use *.s. I realize you have to have 1 “.s” file in folder or it will get confused.
    filename=manual/filename.s/*.s (global .s)
    This would help the unattended feature if you are running a cron after the reception.

    Thanks – I realize this can be a pain. Much appreciated.

    Jeff

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  5. Johannes Mirus

    Hi Oleg, I had yesterday following error message. Not enough memory is available for this command. All images are with me-2-WAV files, had no problems yet. This was the first error message. The file size has been no different as always. Thank you for the good software. Best regards John

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    1. ROBONUKA Post author

      Thanks Johannes
      Don’t delete this WAV please. Now I am situated in hospital. Because will be to make an error analyze after few weeks only.
      Oleg.

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  6. Andre

    Hey! I’ve been trying and trying, but the thing is that instead of image on the lrpt, I got absolutely nothing. In the place where should me the 4 squares, I get a “X” shaped stuff. Any idea of what can be causing this? Base Band recorded at 16bit. Can it be that?

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