Videos Leica Application Suite
Introducing the Leica LAS User Interface
This video shows a brief overview on the main navigation steps of the Leica LAS workflow. Be impressed by how easy it is to SETUP, AQUIRE, BROWSE, PROCESS and ANALYSE images.
LAS Live and Capture Image Resolution
This video explains how to set up the different resolutions to live images and captured images. This allows high frame rates in the live image and increased high resolution quality in the captured image.
Setting the Capture Location
This video shows how to set the location for storing your images.
Browsing and Viewing Images
This video demonstrates how to browse images stored with the LAS software and introduces you to the different image viewing possibilities.
Dual Image Viewer
Conveniently divides the screen to either display and compare two stored images or to show a live image and a previously acquired image at the same time.
Calibrating Images in LAS
This video shows how changing the zoom level correspondingly adjusts the scale bar and image size information. These parameters are automatically recorded when using a coded Leica Microscope.
Confirming Image Calibration
This video shows how to verify the calibration by checking the displayed scale bar with a stage micrometer.
Automating the calibration process
This video shows how LAS rapidly calibrates all the zoom click stops with assisted automation.
Annotating the Image
Add further information to a captured image in LAS. Show a scale bar, add a name or a short description of the sample, date and time and any other relevant information as an overlay on the image or merge into the captured image.
Stitching Images in LAS
Benefit from the stitching function of LAS to create large images. Select a series of overlapping images and simply click on the stitching button to automatically combine them. The final extended result is displayed without any visual edges and is calibrated ready for measurement.
Acquiring High Dynamic Range Images
This video shows how to capture excellent pictures with samples show under or over exposure. Select the HDR mode to get these demanding samples to reveal more details in a single image.