Make sure you have read about the different elements of the Analyzer dialog above, before you read this section.
Reading of 2D seismic can be done in three steps:
Before importing multiple SEG-Y files, try importing a single file making sure that your settings are correct. Make a note of your settings.
Analyze 3D seismic
Make sure you have read about the different elements of the import menu above, before you read this section.
Import of Reading 3D seismic can be done in 3 three steps:
- Browse for the seismic file.
- Scan parts of the file to make sure the import settings are correct.
- Execute the ReadSEGY3d tool.
Step 2 is explained in detail below.
Loading Reading 3D seismic can be a time consuming job, and it is very important that the import settings are correct before starting (to avoid having to do the job again). Therefore, 3D import analyze is usually performed by first setting the import settings, and then performing a scan on the very first inlines only. This is achieved by leaving the Min/Value Inline setting at From file, but setting the Max setting to 10 lines higher than the first inline. This means you have to know the start value of the Inline. You should be able to find this in the Trace header or the EBCIDIC header.