NOTE These setting adjustments are stored locally and need to be done on each workstation individually.
In order to adjust the filters applied to your sensors images after being acquired, we'll need to first enable the SOTA POP filter on your workstation.
Open up SOTA Image. Then you will want to click on the Settings button.
Once there, click on the Settings button located in the 'Acquisition' section.
Here, you'll want to change the Default Filter to 'SOTA POP 2'.
After changing the Default Filter, click Done in this window and Save in the settings.
NOTE These settings will only be applied automatically to newly acquired images but the filter can be applied manually to older images you've taken.
Now, open up an existing x-ray exam so that we can apply the filter and modify it if necessary. Choose an x-ray in the exam to view and full size.
First, make sure the SOTA POP filter is turned on by clicking the tooth icon at the very bottom on the right-hand side of the image. This is also how you will apply this filter to previously taken images. If the tooth is blue, as shown here, it is being applied with the default filter settings.
To adjust the filters, click on the SOTA POP filter adjustment button, shown here.
You'll be brought to the filter adjustments screen where you'll see the raw, unfiltered image on the left and with SOTA POP applied on the right. You can adjust the effect of the filter and the strength using the sliders below, seeing them applied instantly to the image on the right.
Once you get the image adjusted to your preference, you can then click the Save as Defaults button. Now, all images taken on this workstation will use these adjustments when applying the filter in the future. Repeat this process on all workstations that use the Clio sensor.
If you have any questions about any step of this process, we would love to assist you further. You can reach us by phone at 714.532.6100 extension 2 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.