Using the Input Screen, the user submits whether they wish to process a single transaction or directory of transactions (batch processing). Errors or warning encountered reading the transaction will be reported.
The Inspect Screen gives an original view of the images in the transactions in a tenprint card layout. It allows user to remove plain thumb and slap images. This screen also shows the segmentation of the multi-finger plain images. The user is given the ability to adjust or reset the segmentation boxes.
A user may use the Edit Screen to erase, rotate, crop, adjust brightness and contrast fingerprint images before they are analyzed. The program can be configured so that each image in the transaction must be reviewed on the edit screen before continuing on to the other screens.
Analyze and Repair
Results of the sequence check are shown using the Analyze Screen. Prints that have errors are highlighted with specified colors. Errors are reported as text in status boxes. The user is able to move prints to different position to correct sequence errors. They can also remove the prints (by placing it in the tray) or do bulk operation like swapping rolls, slaps or plain thumbs. Double click on an image would navigate to compare screen, and hence user can perform individual comparison between the selected image and its corresponding plain.
The user may use the Compare Screen to view two prints simultaneously. The prints can be viewed in ‘Sync’ mode where the roll will be displayed on the left side and the corresponding plain image will be shown on the right. The sync mode can be disabled and each print can be viewed against any other print. In addition, a user can replace a roll impression with the corresponding plain impression on this screen. If there is sequence error with the print that is currently be review, the user can choose to ignore the error and enter a reason for ignoring. This reason will be placed in the finalized transaction in the caveat field.
The Finalize Screen provides a summary of the changes to the transaction and a list of errors that were ignored. On this screen you are also given the ability to add in notes that will appear in the caveat field.
The Settings Screen allows user to set various options for program displays and behaviors. Reset buttons for resetting color scheme and default sequence check cutoff scores setting.