Hydrosciene's SeaMux generates SS formatted files on a PC (Intel byte order). It's SEG-D with a 32 byte header that's in Intel byte order. They use the SEG-D 8036 data word format (24 bit intger), but the SEG-D record length is incorrect. Consequently, an option was added to SIOSEIS process SEGDDIN, "format hti". Five test files were submitted. I converted these files to SEG-Y using script: sioseis << eof procs segddin diskoa end segddin format hti ! ipath SeaMux-624-channels.ss end ! ipath SeaMUX-first-record-in-water.ss end ! ipath SeaMUX-744-channels-31Hz-osc.ss end ipath SeaMUX_Sharkbite.ss end ! ipath SeaMUX-744-channels-inputs-grounded.ss end end prout fno 0 lno 99999 ftr 0 ltr 999 end end diskoa ! opath SeaMux-624-channels.segy end ! opath SeaMUX-first-record-in-water.segy end ! opath SeaMUX-744-channels-31Hz-osc.segy end opath SeaMUX_Sharkbite.segy end ! opath SeaMUX-744-channels-inputs-grounded.segy end end end eof Notice that comments start with ! or #. The basic script for plotting was: sioseis << eof procs diskin plot end diskin ! ipath SeaMux-624-channels.segy end ipath SeaMUX-first-record-in-water.segy end end plot def .005 vscale 1.25 srpath sunfil.ras nsecs 10 nibs 2859 ann sh&tr trpin 50 end end end eof xloadimage -r 90 sunfil.ras & Each file took a few tries with plot parametr def because the plot scalar is set on the first trace and the first few traces are garbage. I could have skipped the garbage traces by using ftr/ltr. I used another plotting trick so that the gar range traces would still be visible. "Overdrive" the close traces and clip them.Return to SIOSEIS examples. Go to the list of seismic processes. Go to SIOSEIS introduction.