ImageJ x64 1.53k freeware
ImageJ x64 is an interesting Java based image processing application inspired by NIH Image for the Macintosh. It runs, either as an online applet or as a downloadable application, on any computer with a Java 1.1 or later virtual machine. It can display, edit, analyze, process, save and print 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit images. It can read many image formats including TIFF, GIF, JPEG, BMP, DICOM, FITS and "raw".
|OS||Windows Vista x64, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||x64 edit, x64 modify|
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|1.53k||Jul 7, 2021||New Release||Thanks Mike Nelson, 16-bit images are inverted using the full pixel value range (0-65535) or, if set, using the "Unsigned 16-bit range" in the "Set" option of the Image>Adjust>Brightness/Contrast dialog.
Thanks to Alan Brooks, added the macOS-specific MacAdapter9 plugin, which, on Java 9 or later, supports drag and drop on the ImageJ.app and the "About ImageJ" command.
Thanks to Romain Guiet, the ROI Manager's "Associate 'Show All' ROIs with slices" option is now enabled by default.
Thanks to Gilles Carpentier, the particle analyzer now assumes the threshold is 255 unless "Black background" is not set, the image does not have an inverted LUT and fewer than half the pixels have a value of zero, in which case the threshold is set to zero.
Thanks to 'pdd2110', added the Property.setSliceLabel(label) macro function.
Thanks to 'John D.', added the GenericDialog.addButton() method (example).
|1.53i||Mar 26, 2021||New Release||Thanks to Jerome Mutterer, added the "Apply LUTs" checkbox to the command finder (Plugins>Utilities>Find Commands).
Thanks to Norbert Vischer, the current line number, or selection range, in Editor, Table or Log windows, is displayed in the status bar. The total number of lines is displayed after Select All.
Thanks to Norbert Vischer, ImageJ now corrects the orientation of phone camera photos. Does not work on Fiji because it is missing Exif_Reader.jar.
Improved the Plugins>Utilities>Benchmark command. It now suppresses subordinate status bar messages and displays subordinate progress bars as dots.
Thanks to Peter Haub, the particle analyzer displays "ParticleAnalyzer: threshold has not set; assumed to be min-max" in the Log window if it was not called from a macro and a threshold was not set.
Thanks to Laurent Thomas, File>Save As>Image Sequence, when "Use slice labels as names" is enabled, now supports file names as long as 111 characters, excluding the extension.
|1.53f||Oct 27, 2020||New Release||Thanks to Wei Ouyang, tool bar and image popup menus are triggered by long presses in addition to right clicks, needed because right clicks are not normally possible when Image.JS is running on Android and iOS devices.
Thanks to Wei Ouyang, added a popup menu to the magnifying glass tool icon.
Added a popup menu triggered on a right click or long press inside a selection.
Updated the built in toolbar "Dev" menu.
Thanks to Michael Schmid, the text in a text selection can be edited in the Edit>Selection>Properties dialog.
Thanks to Stein Rorvik, the File>Import>Image Sequence dialog is used when drag and dropping a folder on the "ImageJ" window.
Thanks to Michael Schmid and Thomas Fischer, Undo works with overlays when translating and rotating images, and the "Overlay only" checkbox is only shown in the Translate dialog when there is an overlay.
Thanks to Robert Haase, added the Edit>Options>Fresh Start command, which closes all images, empties the ROI Manager