Creating Objects in Reconstructed Views
Creating objects in reconstructed views (i.e., containing images that have been reconstructed from original image slices) differs from creating objects in original slices. As interpolated images are used in reconstructed views, not all expected details may be shown (e.g., borders may be blurred).
Using Smart Brush and Brush 3D with two non-adjacent slices in the same orientation, the space between the slices is interpolated to create the 3D object.
Selected objects are displayed using the orientation that was used when the object was created. Changing the alignment of an image set after creation does not impact the appearance of the object and the corresponding image when the object is selected or used for outlining.