openDICOM.NET is the DICOM library project.
DICOM File Navigator is a small and easy to use GTK# ACR-NEMA and DICOM file browser for Mono written in C#. It provides different views with focus on DICOM data sets and visualization.
The main element of the project is opendicom-sharp. This software provides an API to DICOM. Also included is opendicom-utils, a collection of console tools for working with required data dictionaries in different data formats (binary and textual), querying of ACR-NEMA (prior DICOM standard) and DICOM files and transcoding them into image formats like JPEG or XML files.
The final package is opendicom-beagle, a Beagle desktop search plugin for ACR-NEMA 1.0, 2.0 and DICOM 3.0 files.
DICOM File Navigator’s features include:
- Full support of ACR-NEMA and DICOM files.
- Support of ACR-NEMA and DICOM export as XML file.
- Support of ACR-NEMA and DICOM images export to different image formats.
- Three views: file info, data set and image view.
- Tree view of ACR-NEMA and DICOM content.
- Cut’n’copy box with extra informations for openDICOM.NET API (opendicom-sharp) users.
- Image view with single and multiple frame support.
- Supports gray images with variable bit rates (<= 16 bit).
- Supports RGB Look-Up-Table for gray images.
- Supports RLE encoded and JPEG images.
- Supports image slide cycling (movie mode).
- Supports on-the-fly single image processing with GIMP.
- Comes with full DICOM 2007 data and UID dictionaries.
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