By using Microsoft Word or similar programs, you can cut and paste the Time Waveform and/or Spectrum Plots for viewing. You can also place your large video files on a server and insert hyperlinks into your document to keep from having to email large video files.


Version 2.1 UPDATE


In this version, there are two new menu items in the Waveform Plots window which easily allow you to save the plot as an image.


  1. Right-click on the data in the plot to display a pop-up menu. Select "Copy" to copy the waveform data where the cursor was when you clicked. You can then paste this waveform directly into a document.

    NOTE - when using this method, the location of the cursor will be the last one shown on-screen when you clicked. This can be useful for adding Time, Frequency, or Amplitude information from the plot.

    An example of the Waveform and Spectrum window pop-up menu:

    A sample of the image copied using the above method:
  2. Right-click on the data in the plot to display a pop-up menu. Select "Save Image" to save the plot to an image file.

    An example of the "Save Image" pop-up menu:

    The selections available in Version 2.3 and earlier:


    The selections available in Version 2.4 and newer:



    Then, you will have the opportunity to rename the Image file:


    The Image file will be saved in the "C:\Users\LucasPC-1\Documents\Other Files" folder. (LucasPC-1 will be replaced by the user's account name, typically Iris M on the Acquisition Device.)

Version 2.3 Update


Now, the majority of your reporting needs can be filled by using Motion Studio. Motion Studio brings paper reports to life by including everything in a single video. You can still use these techniques, but instead of adding it to a paper report, you will be using the images in a video presentation.



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