Features. Compatible with the following DICOM modalities: CT, MR, PT, CR, DX, RF, MG, XA, NM and US (multi-frame images are currently not supported). Compatible with the following DICOM transfer syntaxes: lossless (JPEG LS/2000/14SV1/14, RLE); lossy (JPEG LS Near/2000/1/2.4); uncompressed (Explicit/Implicit VR Little/Big Endian). Import/export DICOM studies to/from local HDD/SSD folders, USB drive, CD/DVD (import only) and synced cloud service like Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive. Query, retrieve and send studies from/to multiple PACS servers (WADO, C-FIND, C-MOVE, C-STORE SCP/DICOM Listener, C-STORE SCU/DICOM Send). Automatically organize all DCM files into a DICOM hierarchy (patient/series/images) with easy sorting for quick access. Search PACS and local images by name, date or modality.
Intuitive touch interface: a beautiful user interface crafted in detail from ground up to use the latest multi-touch gestures interaction technology. High-quality multiplanar (MPR) reconstruction in the three main anatomical planes (axial, sagittal, coronal), volume reconstruction (3D), x-ray projection and original acquisition images display. Manipulation tools: scroll, zoom, pan, 2D/3D rotate, dynamic windowing, windowing presets, color palettes, POI, reference lines, sync.
Manipulate the images with the touch of your hands!. Annotation and measurement tools: line (linear ruler), rectangle (area), ellipse (area), free hand drawing and text.
Draw and measure directly over the original or reconstructed images!. Customize the layout: 3 views (axial, sagittal, coronal), 4 views (3 + volume) or full-screen display, with a choice of clean (minimal) or complete overlay information. Generate reports you can print or export as PDF (using a PDF printer) by adding the images you see and inserting additional comments. Sample data studies are included to allow you to instantly explore all of the app features. Navegatium Knowledge Base: have instant access to a constantly growing selection of sample DICOM datasets directly through the app. Navegatium 3D Printing: on demand 3D printing service from exams loaded on the app directly on the Navegatium viewer. DICOM Tags anonymization and DICOM Tags editor.
Additional terms Navegatium DICOM Viewer license terms NAVEGATIUM SOFTWARE DISCLAIMER: NAVEGATIUM IS PROVIDED AS IS. USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK. THE AUTHORS MAKE NO WARRANTIES AS TO PERFORMANCE OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. NO ORAL OR WRITTEN COMMUNICATION FROM OR INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE AUTHORS SHALL CREATE A WARRANTY.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL THE AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF THE AUTHOR HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THESE EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY IN ALL JURISDICTIONS. YOU MAY HAVE ADDITIONAL RIGHTS AND SOME OF THESE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS VERSION OF NAVEGATIUM (THE SOFTWARE) IS NOT CERTIFIED AS A MEDICAL DEVICE FOR PRIMARY DIAGNOSIS. THERE ARE NO MEDICAL CERTIFICATIONS. YOU CAN ONLY USE NAVEGATIUM AS A REVIEWING, ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC SOFTWARE, NOT FOR PRIMARY DIAGNOSTIC. ALL SAMPLE DICOM DATASETS PROVIDED WITH THE SOFTWARE OR MADE AVAILABLE IN THE “NAVEGATIUM KNOWLEDGE BASE” PACS SERVER, THE NAVEGATIUM WEBSITE, OR IN ANY OTHER FORM, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, HAVE THE ONLY PURPOSE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC TEACHING AND CANNOT BE REDISTRIBUTED OR COMMERCIALIZED IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
Navegatium DICOM Viewer license terms NAVEGATIUM SOFTWARE DISCLAIMER: NAVEGATIUM IS PROVIDED AS IS. USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
THE AUTHORS MAKE NO WARRANTIES AS TO PERFORMANCE OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. NO ORAL OR WRITTEN COMMUNICATION FROM OR INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE AUTHORS SHALL CREATE A WARRANTY. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL THE AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF THE AUTHOR HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THESE EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY IN ALL JURISDICTIONS. YOU MAY HAVE ADDITIONAL RIGHTS AND SOME OF THESE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS VERSION OF NAVEGATIUM (THE SOFTWARE) IS NOT CERTIFIED AS A MEDICAL DEVICE FOR PRIMARY DIAGNOSIS. THERE ARE NO MEDICAL CERTIFICATIONS. YOU CAN ONLY USE NAVEGATIUM AS A REVIEWING, ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC SOFTWARE, NOT FOR PRIMARY DIAGNOSTIC. ALL SAMPLE DICOM DATASETS PROVIDED WITH THE SOFTWARE OR MADE AVAILABLE IN THE “NAVEGATIUM KNOWLEDGE BASE” PACS SERVER, THE NAVEGATIUM WEBSITE, OR IN ANY OTHER FORM, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, HAVE THE ONLY PURPOSE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC TEACHING AND CANNOT BE REDISTRIBUTED OR COMMERCIALIZED IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. Submitted on 7/3/2016 Review title of DesneyVery impressive DICOM viewer I didn't have any problems installing the app in Windows 10, and while it does ask for access to user account information (why is that?), I just say no. The app itself is exceptionally powerful and the interface is beautiful. I'm particularly impressed with the 3D rendering and touch navigation.
On a Surface, it's the perfect solution. The only thing it's lacking for me, is multi-frame DICOM support. Any ETA on when that will be available?
Big thumbs up though guys, it's a top app.
System Requirements for Mac OS X FastRawViewer for Mac OS X requires any Intel-based Mac (excluding very old 2005-2006 models based on 32-bit CPUs: and ) with Mac OS X 10.6+ installed. We recommend a video card with OpenGL 2.1 support (that's every native Mac video card that works with OS X 10.6). An OpenGL emulator will be used if such a video card is not present in the system; some of the advanced features of FastRawViewer will take significant time to render without hardware support for OpenGL. For Windows FastRawViewer for Windows requires a computer with SSE3-compatible CPU (that is, manufactured after 2004) and not-so-ancient video card. It works on a variety of 32/64 bit Windows platforms: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1,10 (we suggest Windows 8.1/64-bit or Windows 10/64-bit). FastRawViewer for Windows uses hardware graphics acceleration:.
Graphics based on Microsoft DirectX: DirectX 9.0 is required, DirectX 9.0c support or later is recommended. Graphics based on OpenGL - requires a video card with at least OpenGL 2.1 support. If Your Browsing Speed is Low, or You are Experiencing Graphics Issues If you are experiencing sluggish behavior, or any graphic issues, updating video drivers may be very helpful. In fact, we suggest to keep your video drivers up-to-date in any case. For Intel graphics, please follow and select your model from the list. For NVIDIA, please use.
For AMD/ATI, please use. For DirectX installs, the minimal necessary version of DirectX is at. If you've updated video drivers via Windows Update, you may need to reboot you system to apply update in full. Some links to help detecting which card you have in your system:. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.11 New features.
Faster thumbnail reading, especially on slow media/WiFi. Run program/Pass image in main menu/context menus has been reworked. (Windows only) New Preferences setting: Interface - Set the main menubar colors to match the main window. New setting: Folders panel - gear menu - Show horizontal scrollbar.
(Windows only) A warning is issued if 'pass image to external program' requires privilege escalation. Bugs fixed.
WB presets handling for some Canon cameras was broken (5DmkIII and 5DmkIV were affected). Lens ID data was incorrectly parsed for some camera/lens combinations. EXIF data display above thumbnails was positioned incorrectly for large thumbnail sizes.
Grid/Filmstrip text font size was selected incorrectly on large thumbnial size decrease (e.g. 800 pix - 200pix).
What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.10 Camera support. Fujifilm XF10, X-T3, GFX 50R, DBP680.
Gitup G3 duo. Nikon Z7, Z6, P1000, D3500. Old Leaf cameras with RGB TIFF output (Cantare, DCB2, Volare). Panasonic LX100-II. Sony HX99 New features.
New 'reset image rendering to defaults' action/hotkey. It is possible now to clean recently used lists (files, visited folders, copy/move targets). The search for external editors (known to FastRawViewer) has been revised. More flexible control for files copied/moved with given file type.
Zoom in/out limits are now customizable. Bugs fixed. When copying multiple files set (e.g. RAW+JPG+XMP) with verify after copy turned on, only checksum for RAW file was checked. Some combinations of Background Gray Level and Selected files background settings resulted in wrong selected file background and/or invisible EXIF data string. See detailed changes list in our.
What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.9 Camera support. Leica M10-P. Sony RX100-V-A Minor changes. When using global Rejected folder, the name of the folder is displayed in the 'Move to Rejected' confirmation dialog. New hidden setting ForceWindowSizeRestore: if set (via script), then main window size and position will restore from setting for the second time after main window made visible.
New hiddend setting DNGDefaultCrop: if set (via script UseDNGDefaultCrop), FastRawViewer will apply DefaultCropOrigin/DefaultCropSize tags to DNG files. Default is off.
Bugs fixed. Standard selection mode: current image was reset on window focus change.
When using the global Rejected folder, the name of the local subfolder was displayed in the settings instead. Fixed a bug in processing Minolta (MRW) and Sony's oldest cameras (A100 ARW) files, which did not allow to display these files. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.8 Minor changes. EXIF Display: 'File Modified' date is now displayed using system default (short date) locale. Edit date range dialog (Sort/Filter panel): OK is now 'default button', and it is applied by Enter key Bugs fixed.
Mac: fixed problem with Fujifilm cameras 'out of memory' error. Edit date range dialog (in Sort/Filter panel): Incorrect date range status was not updated when 'to' date was changed. Files stats count was not updated if edited date range selects zero files. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.7. New JPEG handling modes (both embedded in RAW and JPG files), resulting in 2x sequential RAW files browsing speed-up. Processing of RAW data on GPU (videocard): better demosaic, faster editing.
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Interface drawing speed-up. Lot of minor changes. Lot of minor bugfixes. Camera support: Fujifilm X-T100, Pentax K1-II, Sony DSC-RX100VI See detailed changes list in our. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.6. Quick copy-move to subfolder feature. Read-only/locked files support.
lot of minor additional features, several bugs fixed See detailed changes list in our. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.5. Two minor features/preferences settings to ease Load selection from file. Several minor bugs fixed See detailed changes list in our. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.4 New features. Combining the 'Single File' and 'Batch' keys. New XMP Labels options added.
New Zoom options added. Batch IPTC/XMP Title/Description editing. Skipping several files using a single keystroke. Menu - File rearranged and Reference dialog reworked Camera support.
Canon EOS M100, G1 X Mark III. Fujifilm X-E3. Nikon D850.
Olympus E-M10 mk III. Panasonic DC-G9 (standard resolution RAWs only, high-res mode is not supported yet). PhaseOne IQ3 100Mp Trichromatic. Sony RX10-IV, RX0, A7R III See detailed changes list in our. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.3 New features. Hotkeys/Menu actions to reload current opened file/current folder. More flexible handling of 'Write XMP blocks into JPEGs' Camera support.
Canon 6D Mark II, 200D. Fujifilm X-A10, Updated color profile for Fujifilm X-A3. Gitup GIT2P. Leica TL2. Nikon D7500 Bugfixes. Adobe-formatted contrast setting was recorded to XMP files only if the exposure setting was also changed. External JPEGs were not being used as thumbnails (for files that don't have an embedded preview) even if the corresponding setting was turned on.
See detailed changes list in our. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.2 New features.
Custom zoom value (in the range form 10 to 1000%). Keyboard combinations for easy access to Folders / Favorite Folders / Filmstrip / Grid panels Camera support. Olympus TG-5.
Panasonic TZ90 (preliminary support) Bugfixes. Some atavisms from version 1.3 were removed.
Some interface reactions to changing sorting order were corrected. See detailed changes list in our. What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.1. Bug fixed: exposure/WB adjustment made to file was not shown if you return to this file in same session (XMP was recorded OK, but not refreshed within FRV). What's new in FastRawViewer 1.4.
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The sorting and filtration of files in folders has been massively overhauled;. File filtering:. by XMP Rating and Label. by EXIF Date (shot date).
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by Filename (mask, substring, regular expression). by file selection state. Just by browsing through those menus, you will get a very good understanding of the program and see how to set different options for viewing, analyzing and sorting Raw files to do it literally 'on-click'. While running through the possibilities FastRawViewer offers you, you can set, save, exchange, and load your favorite shortcuts and adjust the program controls according to your preferences. Also, if, at some point while using FastRawViewer you realize that it would be good to have some additional features in this program, which as it seems are currently missing, please, look at the Preference menu again.
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