Bersoft Image Measurement

Bersoft Image Measurement
Description

Bersoft Image Measurement is an application for measuring digital images. To measure an image, simply click on the image to define control points. The program will automatically calculate the area, perimeter, angle, radius, or length, depending on the measurement tool that is selected.

The program supports PNG, JPEG, TIFF, and most popular image formats.

All measurements are drawn over a special measurement layer, whouth altering the original image in any way.

Measurements can be exported as CSV files, which can be opened by any spreadsheet program.
Although Bersoft Image Measurements performs all measurements in pixels it can convert automatically the pixel values to any other measurements unit such as millimeters, microns, feet, miles, etc., by using a Conversion Factor that can be easily set by the user.

Image Measurement - Image Analyzing - Medical Image Measurement - Image Analysis

Published By:Bersoft

License Type:Shareware

Date Added:21 January, 2016

Version:1.0

Price:$249.00

Downloads:404

Size:4.2 MB

Platform: Mac , Mac OS X

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