If you need a large-memory build, we suggest using the linux-x86_64
builds and a machine with lots of memory. Or down-sample the data using
a tool like imagemagick or IrfanView on windows. Also note that while
slicer will load and display RGB images, many modules only work with
On 01/12/2011 05:23 AM, Holger Lange wrote:
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> Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2011 10:47:43 +0100
> Subject: Is a Microscopy application possible?
> Dear Slicer Users,
> I am looking for the right 3D visualization tool for a 3D stack of
> microscopy slides. I got plain 24bit color TIF or JPEG files to
> start with.
> 1) Is there a limitation on the image size? Microscopy images are
> huge, about 30.000 x 30.000 pixels.
> 2) Is there a limitation on the number of slides? Given the large
> image size, 3DSlicer might run out of memory at one moment in time.
> I would need 300 to 600.
> 3) How can I build a 3D stack from TIF or JPEG images? Do I need to
> convert them first into a different format like NRRD, or can I just
> load them? Any suggestion for convertion tools?
> Thanks a lot!
> Holger Lange, Ph.D.
> CTO Flagship Bioscience
> www.flagshipbio.com <http://www.flagshipbio.com/>
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