Software and Resources
- The TNT installation includes: TNTmips, TNTedit, TNTview, and TNTatlas.
- The same file is used to install any TNT license (TNTmips Pro, TNTedit Pro, TNTview Pro, TNTmips Basic, and TNTmips Free).
- TNTmips Free requires no license — just download, install, and run.
Release Version — current release with all fixes and updates. Updated: 23 July 2014
Development Version — new features in development. Updated: 23 July 2014
free geodata viewer for viewing multi-layer / multi-level atlases prepared in TNTmips; also used to view a single geodata file in many popular formats — supports massive file sizes
free software development kit for computers equipped with any license level of TNTmips, TNTedit, or TNTview
for custom features and enhancements
element selection and display style by attribute
customized tools for the display process
customized macros for the display process
dynamically computed display layers
customized drawing styles for geologic data
create and record custom animations
self-contained, turnkey application products
MI/X for Windows
a professional X Server for Windows
convert 2D geodata layers in a TNT view into 3D using one of these DEMs
datasets for the TNT products and tutorials
in SVG, PDF, and RVC formats
for use with the Hyperspectral Analysis process.
digital geologic maps on 7 CD-ROMs available for purchase from the Geological Survey of Japan.
Utility for 64-bit WIndows machines (Vista, 7 and 8) that solves a problem with Windows becoming extremely slow and unresponsive while running certain, generally I/O intensive jobs (i.e. pyramiding very large rasters).
To use Microsoft Access and Excel data within TNTmips you need to have Microsoft Office or the Microsoft Access Database Engine installed.
Checks OpenGL configuration to determine if stereo is supported. If so, a rotating wireframe sphere with pyramid and cylinder shapes inside will be displayed. Arrow keys may be used to adjust speed of rotation.
Test image to check the configuration of your passive stereo 3D monitor. View the test image (PNG file) in any graphic software program using your polarized glasses. You should see two colored boxes with the box on the right appearing to be closer to you than the one on the left.
Test image to check the configuration of your interlaced stereo 3D monitor. View the test image (PNG file) in any graphic software program using your polarized glasses. You should see two colored boxes with the box on the right appearing to be closer to you than the one on the left.
XWDTIFF for Windows.
capture window images in MI/X to TIFF