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InSite Release Notes

Release Notes


InSite v 3.17.1

The following features and fixes are included in InSite v3.17.1:

  • Added option to constrain 180-deg ambiguity in source vector calculation for event location.
  • Improved flexibility and diagnostics for the import of seismic data in SAC and GCF formats.
  • Fixed import of miniSEED files when blockette 2000 is used 

 InSite v 3.17

The following features and fixes are included in InSite v3.17:

  • Import of 3D objects in .stl (stereo lithography) format. The objects can be imported into InSite’s 3D visualiser to use a reference for the processed seismic or AE events, with options for customising transparency, rendering and colour. The 3D objects can be used as a volume filter in the event filter.
  • Improved representation of T-k plots for source mechanism, incorporating options for interpretation labels, customisable colour scale for events and display of density of events.
  • Added functionality to import 3D velocity models defined as text .csv files.
  • Added support for digital network licenses.
  • Added flexibility for the harvesting and import of miniSEED files, allowing any order for blockettes 1000 and 1001, and spaces in the naming of stations.

 Bug fixes in version 3.17:

  • Fixed abnormal program exiting when clicking on 3D objects
  • Fixed crashes on editing histogram plots
  • Fixed occasional unwanted error messages when exiting stream data mapping dialog
  • Fixed occasional loss of higher zoom level data when zooming in on data formatted from SBench binary data files in stream visualiser
  • Fixed number formatting error when adding well object in Frac Manager
  • Fixed crash on Auto import of leached events into data visualiser if existing component has and invalid ESF path.
  • Fixed Simplex tolerance range check to only apply if control in location algorithms dialogue box is enabled


Please note that following the rebranding of our company, the new version will install by default on: C:\Program Files\ASC\InSite and will not update previous versions installed in different directories. We recommend uninstalling any previous versions of InSite before installing this latest update. 

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