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 on: November 19, 2010, 09:35:05 pm 
Started by Darian - Last post by Darian
User asked:

I see calls to vsrcmdImageOpen() and vsrcmdImageSave() in the code.
From my assumption and how I am using the functions in my own code, please
let me know if the following statements are true:

- vsrcmdImageSave(&pixelsData16, &imageInformation) - This functions takes
the pixeldata16 that is passed to it as a pointer and saves the data in
pixelsData16 into the library's internal buffer.

- vsrcmdImageOpen(&pixelsData16, &imageInformation) - This function
retrieves the 16 bit data from the internal library buffer and puts it into
pixeldata16.

- vsrcmdImageSave(NULL, NULL) - This releases the internal buffer in the
library that was allocated by a vsrcmdImageSave(&pixelData16,
&imageInformation).

Answer:

Yes to all of them!

 2 
 on: November 19, 2010, 09:36:04 am 
Started by Darian - Last post by Darian
Question from user:

Can you explain what each of the values in Aqua noise filter mean:

1. AQua denoise has Sigma and Vector.  Can you explain these?
2. UnSharp Masking - This one I know
3. Xray Denoise - I have been having trouble with this one.  Min/Max and
Average always make the image look like bunch of blocks no matter what value
I use.  So may be you can explain this to me and give me some example values
to use.

Answer:

Here are some default values.  I will try to put together a document and post it as part of our DMA Algorithms manual.

AQua Denoise: Sigma = 5 and WindowSize = 3
In this case, sigma represents the noise level and WindowSize represents the area used for denoising purposes.  The higher the window size, the slower the denoising algorithm.  For sigma, the higher the value, the more noise is assumed in the image and the more aggressive the denoising algorithm is.  Sigma is the standard deviation of the White Gaussian noise that's assumed in the image.

UnSharpMasking: R = 50 and Gain = 0.8
R is the size of the blurring window.  The gain is how much power we use to boost the high frequency energies (i.e. edges) in the image.  The higher the values, the more blurring.

Denoise XRay: noise level = 0.039, MinMaxR = 1, and AverageR = 5
This filter denoises salt and pepper like images.  If there are black dots in images, they are removed, without causing the edge artifacts that a median filter would cause.

Examples of XRay Denoise and Unsharp Masking are available here:

http://wiki.dmmd.net/index.php?title=Visere_5_Usage


Best,
Darian

 3 
 on: November 19, 2010, 09:20:19 am 
Started by Darian - Last post by Darian
Question from user:

The interface always pops up a preview with options and numbers that I
can adjust.  I assume you can just call the functions without a preview
window and pass numbers to it without the need to pop up anything, correct?
We want to just call the functions and apply what we want to the image
without anything popping up.

Answer:

In the demo version, the user interface will always pop up.  In the release, licensed version, the pop-up will disappear and you can set the parameters from inside your own functions.

 4 
 on: November 19, 2010, 09:18:20 am 
Started by Darian - Last post by Darian
Question from User:

When I use the SDK, there are calls to Photoshop filters.  I assume there is no need to have the filters or actual Photoshop program installed, correct?  I happen to have Photoshop installed on this computer so I just want to make sure it is not necessary.  

Answer:

Nope, you don't need Photoshop installed in order to run DMMD's Photoshop hose.  Visere 6 provides our own Photoshop Host.  This means you can run ANY Photoshop filter with just the use of Visere 6.  You don't need to install Photoshop and through DMMD's vsrcmdSDK SDK you can access ANY other Photoshop filter from directly inside your application.

Best,
Darian

 5 
 on: November 19, 2010, 09:12:23 am 
Started by Darian - Last post by Darian
Question from user:

I noticed the SDK you sent to me only seem to have one function in it.  Are there other functions, I assume there are?  The only function I see is "Noise", and then "Aqua Denoise (by DMMD.net)."

Answer:

vsrcmdSDK, which can be downloaded from our site http://dmmd.net/main_wp/visere-6-5/ provides access to Visere's Photoshop Host.  This means that through our SDK, you will be able to access all of the Photoshop filters available in your local directory.  Since you only have AQuaDenoise, you will only see the AQua denoise filter.  If you copy other Photoshop filters to this directory, you will get access to more of them.

Best,
Darian

 6 
 on: July 10, 2009, 07:16:43 am 
Started by dougstuff - Last post by Darian
Hi,

Visere 4.1 only allows reading DICOM files.  However, our new Visere 5.0 will support both read and writes, together with command line parameters.  In 5.0 you will be able to run the conversion from the command line, or from within the viewer.  We should have the support in 5.0 available sometimes within the next two weeks.  If you send us an email (support at dmmd dot net) we will send you an alpha version of 5.0 when the support for DICOM becomes available.

Best,
Darian

 7 
 on: July 08, 2009, 04:14:54 pm 
Started by dougstuff - Last post by dougstuff
I'm new to Visere but noticed said support for Canon .CR2 files and DICOM.... is there a way to convert from .CR2 directly to .DCM? I can open either type in the viewer and can convert but not to .DCM; any help is appreciated.  Smiley

 8 
 on: September 03, 2008, 10:27:38 pm 
Started by elvinantonio - Last post by elvinantonio
Thank you, Darian. Yes with the Directory toolbar off Visere starts really fast. I'm very happy with Visere. I believe that visere is the Adcsee pro, Adobe Lightroom. ect killer!!!
It is far better right now than those for me. Thank for such a great application!

Sincerely,
Elvin Antonio

 9 
 on: August 20, 2008, 08:16:00 am 
Started by elvinantonio - Last post by Darian
Dear Elvinantonio,

Thank you for your kind words about Visere!  We are aware of a slow start issue when the Directories toolbar is present.  We are currently trying to figure out what exactly is causing this issue as it seems to be related with the fact that the directories toolbar tries to access remote directories as part of its start up.  Visere can take a little longer to start when the Directories toolbar is on.  Can you please disable the directories toolbar and see if Visere starts up faster without it? 

Your feedback is much appreciated.  If the issue is the directories toolbar, then we will let you know as soon as we find a fix for it.  If the directories toolbar is not the issue, then can you try to disable toolbar by toolbar and see if at any point Visere starts up faster?

Best,
Darian

 10 
 on: August 20, 2008, 01:34:14 am 
Started by elvinantonio - Last post by elvinantonio
Hi and thanks for such a great program. I love visere since for me is the best. I just installed the latest edition but find out on vista that takes a long time to start the interface.
It this normal? or what I have to do in my computer to it can start faster. I have Window Vista Ultimate 32 Bit, 4 Gigs of ram and a Dual core processor at 5.2mhz.

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