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[Seg3D] Questions about histogram and corrupt binary stl

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I have two small questions for you.

The first is about adjusting brightness and contrast. When I work with the segmentation program 'Mimics', adjusting brightness and contrast works practically the same as in Seg3D, but in Mimics you also have can check it with, or work on a histogram to adjust brightness/contrast (see figure). Does Seg3D also has some sort of a (hidden?) histogram-aid for this, because it's a very usefull option?

My second question is about exporting an iso surface to stl. When exporting it as a binary-stl it looks like it is corrupt, for I can't load it in any other application! Is this a known issue, or am I doing it wrong?

Your sincerely,

Léon Driessen

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