With this user-friendly and reliable application, you can easily convert DICOM medical images to GIF animations, in just a few button presses.
- DICOM to GIF
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:DICOM Apps
DICOM to GIF Description
DICOM to GIF is an intuitive and efficient piece of software developed to offer you the possibility of transforming medical imagery to GIF animations, with little to no effort entailed.
Clean and neatly organized user interface
The rapid installation process allows you to start working with the program within moments, while the simple, tabbed interface makes it very easy to handle regardless of your level of prior experience with similar tools.
DICOM to GIF features in fact two functions, enabling you to convert medical images to animations, but also the reverse, extracting frames from GIFs and generating DCM files.
Convert DCM to animations and GIF files to medical images
In the ‘DICOM – Animated GIF’ section, you can load your images, supporting formats such as DCM, DICOM, HDR, IMG and LSM, or common pictures, like JPG, PNG, BMP, TIF, JPEG or TIFF, so you can easily work with all types of files. This can be done either by drag and dropping the items or the containg folder onto the main window of the utility or by browsing through your PC to locate the object, then opening it in DICOM to GIF.
After setting a destination folder and filename for the file that is about to be generated, you can click on the ‘Convert’ button and you will be able to use your animation within moments, but bear in mind that all the files you add are integrated into a single GIF.
Moreover, the ‘Animated GIF – DICOM’ tab allows you to load a medical GIF and extract the individual images that make it up, letting you work with each one. The program’s options help you determine the output resolution, the frame delay and whether to run the GIF on loop.
Handy medical animation converter
In short, DICOM to GIF is a useful and reliable application that can assist you in turning your DCM pictures to animations, making them more attractive and helping you visualize all elements of a scan in a short amount of time.