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  • The guide uses raw format files for examples which require the "-raw" flag with x, y, z dimensions along with "-minmax" flag which sets the range of the data for color mapping. Raw files are simple binary brick of char/short/ushort/int/float.
  • If you made the default installation., Vista is run from the svt_build directory.
  1. Download example files - save it at the same level where vista source was saved, to unzip/extract do as follows (This will create a directory named examples)
    % tar -xzf example.tar.gz
    % gunzip examples.tar.gz then % tar -xf examples.tar
  2. Download camera files - save it at the same level where vista source was saved, to unzip/extract do as follows (This will create a directory named cameras)
    % tar -xzf cameras.tar.gz
    % gunzip examples.tar.gz then % tar -xf cameras.tar.gz
  3. Download map files - save it at the same level where vista source was saved, to unzip/extract do as follows (This will create a directory named maps)
    % tar -xzf maps.tar.gz
    % gunzip examples.tar.gz then % tar -xf maps.tar
  4. Create a directory named "output" This will be used later to store results:
    % mkdir output
    % ls
    The following should be the directory structure (all at same level):
    svt-2.0 svt_build
    examples
    camera
    maps
    output
  5. Change from current directory to examples directory:
    % cd examples

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