Please note, this tool is deprecated.
You should better use the successor imageXd.
Image is a command line tool to process and evaluate image data (such as microscopic images). If you have the ImageMagick® extension, you can read and write a variety of data formats (over 200) including PNG, JPEG, JPEG-2000, GIF, TIFF, DPX, EXR, WebP, Postscript, PDF, and SVG. For more information look at Imagemagick®.
If you need more file formats, I recommend to use the tool Bio-Formats.
Alternatively, you can also use Icy, Fiji or pure ImageJ for image analysis.
This program is owned by Heiko Stark. It can be used free of charge for non-commercial use. For the common citations in publications please use the following entry “Image software (Heiko Stark, Jena, Germany, URL: https://starkrats.de).
An installer for Windows and Linux can be found here: Software
image.exe 64bit(Windows & Wine/Darwine)
image.exe 32bit (Windows, ReactOS & Wine/Darwine)
image.exe 32bit (Windows CE)
image.exe arm (Windows CE)
image 64bit (MacOS X & Darling)
image 32bit (MacOS X & Darling)
image 64bit (Linux)
image 32bit (Linux)
image 64bit (FreeBSD)
image 32bit (FreeBSD)
Note: Intel 32bit runs also on 64bit systems, but only with 4GB memory!
//!image // This is a comment for the image macro - you can use this macro like a programing language // For more infos, please see https://stark-jena.de | image // Copyright (c) 2013-2014 by Heiko Stark // image.use default image.load big.png new := image.sub <10,10,10> <20,20,20> image.use new image.save small.png
Used for the ‘Wirbelkörperstabilisierung‘ project.
If you want to send me a bug report or have some suggestions about what future versions of ‘image’ should support you can contact me either by email (bugs[@]starkrats[dot]de).