Changing the tie status of images
The tie status of image refers to the tie points that are defined for a raw image. The status is either Check or Approved. Images with status Check need more tie points or better distributed tie points, while images with status Approved have a good number and distribution of tie points. See Chapter Working with Tie Points for more details about tie points.
The tie status of images can be changed quickly in the Define color corrections dialog.
To change the tie status of images:
1. Use the Display button in order to switch the Show tie status setting on.
The buttons Tie approve and Tie check appear at the bottom of the left side of the Define color corrections dialog.
2. Select the image(s) for which to change the tie status.
3. Click on the respective button in order to change the status to Approved or Check .
The tie status of images can be changed using a key-in command defined in MicroStation. The syntax of the key-in command for changing the status to Approved is:
If the key-in command is defined, for example, for the <F8> key, it can be used to change the status of selected image to Approved by just selecting the images and pressing the <F8> key.
The tie status of images can also be changed by selecting the images in the image list and using the Edit command of the TPhoto Main window.