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Export Images and GIFs

There are multiple ways to export your shadow study. 

Quick Export of a Single Image from Your Shadow Study:

  1. Open the Export Menu:
    • Navigate to ‘File’ → ‘Export’ → ‘Single Image’. This action opens the export options for a single image.
  2. Select Export Quality:
    • Choose the desired quality for your image. Higher quality settings will result in a larger file size.

Exporting Multiple Images at Once Using Time Intervals

Follow these steps to export multiple images from your shadow study:

  1. Access Export Options:
    • Navigate to ‘File’ → ‘Export’ → ‘Time Interval’ to open the export settings for time intervals.
  2. Set Time Interval Details:
    • Select the Date: Choose the specific date for your shadow study.
    • Time Range: Define the start and end times for the images you want to export.
    • Interval: Specify the time interval between each image in your export sequence.
  3. Image Quality:
    • Choose the desired quality for the exported images. Higher quality settings may increase file size.
  4. Optional Features:
    • Superposition Image: Add a superposition image to overlay all images into a single comprehensive shadow study image. This is useful for analyzing cumulative shadow effects over time.
    • Anti-Alias: Enable this option to smooth out the edges in your images, improving visual quality.
    • GIF Export: Create an animated GIF of your shadow study images. Adjust the delay between frames in milliseconds to control animation speed.
    • Excel Data Sheet: Export an Excel sheet with calculations of the shadow areas. This is helpful for detailed analysis and documentation of your study.
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