RadExPro is a cost effective but powerful processing suite for Windows PC's which provides effective facilities for processing of high-resolution reflection seismic data, both off-shore and on-shore, with either impulsive or swept (Vibroseis) sources. The data can be input from one of the many standard formats supported. Those include SEG-Y, SEG-2, SEG-D, SEG-B, SEG-1, etc. Additionally, any non-standard demultiplexed data format can be easily defined and handled, including customizable trace header structure definition. A 'nearly-SEG-Y-but...' file is not a problem anymore.
Read geometry from original trace headers, import it from ASCII or SPS files, or easily define using one of the intuitive geometry input modules provided for typical acquisition scenarios.
In the case of more sophisticated/experimental acquisition schemes, you can precisely define data geometry using mathematical formulas in the built-in equation calculator. You can also edit and manipulate the values directly through the built-in flexible Geometry Spread sheet editor.
Sort your data right on the input to a processing flow. There is no need to re-sort the data beforehand, you get your data sorted properly exactly when you need it.
Efficiently suppress ground-roll with F-K filtering. Once created interactively, the filter polygon can then be applied to all of the data in a processing flow. Additional options include polygon mirroring and fan filtering with optional wrapping.
The Screen Display routine provides excellent facilities for data display, analysis and interactive interpretation. The display is fast, with all standard display modes supported. You can easily analyse data spectrum from an arbitrary window, or estimate apparent velocities to map out optimum processing strategy.
More than 100 high-performance routines are readily available for a sophisticated processing expert, including filters, amplitude recovery algorithms, static corrections, several deconvolution, spectral transform, migration routines, etc.
Enjoy intuitive and convenient interactivity of the stacking velocity analysis. When picking a velocity function, you can always apply an NMO-correction to see in real time how the hyperbolas are flattened.
Need more detail? Get more accurate knowledge of the velocities along key horizons using the Horizon Velocity Analysis.
The resulting stack (though can be further improved by migration, F-X predictive filtering, spectral whitening, etc.) is ready for interpretation. Pick horizons easily, smooth them, export to ASCII and DXF files or grid them within the software. Impressive 3D display enhances geological understanding of the data and facilitates interpretation.
The result can be printed to any Windows-compatible printing device, including seismic time-sections, horizons, attribute plots, etc. Handy print-preview facility ensures that you get exactly what you need.