I am considering doing a mosaic for one of my upcoming projects. Since I have never done one before, I have a few questions about how to do one with Voyager and the WebDashboard. I have watched the informative video that Leo did on the topic.
I made a virtual mosaic of a target in the WebDashboard and saved it to my RoboClip library. When making a new sequence for the target, I open RoboClip from within the sequence window and choose my target. The target gets imported and a single set of coordinates appears in the sequence window.
Is this sufficient for creation of a mosaic sequence, i.e., does Voyager internally handle the various panes for my target? Or do I need to re-import the target as separate panes into RoboClip and create a separate sequence for each pane?
What is the intended purpose of the “virtual FOV” in RoboClip? What are the pros/cons of saving a mosaic target with a “virtual FOV” versus saving it as separate panes? When would I want to do one versus the other?
Thanks for the guidance!