- The new HDFD provides a high resolution frequency decomposition approach that works for broadband seismic as well as conventional seismic data. First to market- it gives you an accurate vertical resolution along with an improved colour resolution.
- The new tool is example driven allowing for rapid optimisation of parameters before running it on the full 3D.
- Gives user a greater control over the decomposition parameters and an improved understanding of what the results mean.
- We have added a QC swipe to allow you to compare the blend with the original seismic in an intuitive way.
- Provides a single trace time-frequency plot which allows you to optimise your blend for specific features in the blend.
- New colour boosting controls, controlling the colour scale which allows for better interpretation using Adaptive Geobodies and Adaptive Horizons.
Geological Expression tools' extensions
- Optional 2nd iteration noise cancellation so that noise with different characteristics can be filtered before applying changes to 3D volume.
DipAzi filter size control allows you optimise steering volumes as part of the noise cancellation workflow.
- Horizon Overlays for improved spatial referencing.
- Output volume options allowing you
- to rename the output 3D volumes
- option to auto-cache
- option on which volumes to save
- optimise your parameters for a subset and applying them to full volume
Link for Petrel* is now also compatible with Petrel 2015.
Improved Fault Trends algorithm
New easier to navigate and search-able help
Full support for volumes with a floating point z sample rate
Ability to change the background colours in all 2D and 3D viewers.
We have also fixed several bugs including:
- We have fixed some display issues on some large volumes
- In the IsoProportional Slicing tool, some horizons appeared flipped in the preview. This has been resolved.
- Multiple issues resolved in the Expression tools around performance.