Bersoft Image Measurement is a powerful image asset management Windows application that makes it easy to acquire, measure, store, compare and analyze digital images.
To measure an image, simply click on the image to define control points. The program will automatically perform measurements, calculate areas, and generate statistical analysis. All measurements are drawn over a special measurement layer, so the original image is not altered in any way.
Live video measurements can be performed on a new image window, where the live video can be measured, paused and worked on as any other image.
A grid, guides and other images can be superposed to the live video feed to make easy comparison. Learn More.
The program supports DICOM, JPEG, TIFF, and many other image formats (see Supported file types). Also images can be captured either from TWAIN scanners and digital cameras or from live video sources. It's easy to export images in RGB, HSV, HSL, or even generate a matrix with the decimal or hexadecimal values of the image pixels.
You can perform angle, distance,
perimeter, area, and point and line measurements by using the Tools
Spatial calibration is available to provide real world dimensional measurements such as kilometers, centimeters, microns, or miles, for both linear and area measurements.
Lens Calibration corrects lens distortions.
The program can calculate statistics from the measurements. You have instant access to counts, mean, median, minimum, maximum, range, variance, standard deviation, standard error, coefficient of variation, skew, kurtosis, and frequencies. It also supports DICOM images (read only), Pixel profile, Charts, and Object counting.
You can rotate, resize, merge, flip and rotate selections. With its multiple document interface (MDI), the program supports any number of images simultaneously. See also Maximum image size.
Make features of interest in images more defined by manipulating the settings for gamma, contrast, brightness, and intensity range. Learn More.
The free evaluation version of Bersoft Image Measurement only opens
images saved in the proprietary IMB file format, but the full version
supports many different image types,
Send the images to be converted to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We can process emails with attachments not bigger than 1 MB.
Measurements are drawn on a vectorial layer (overlay) and they can be edited or adjusted as many times as needed, its color and position can be modified. Because they are drawn as vectorial images, they look exactly the same at any zoom value.
Each image gets its own measurements datasheet, and because that each set of measurements related to the same image can have a different conversion factor.
Bersoft Image Measurement lets you visualize images in a variety of ways, including viewing histograms from partial or complete images, generating false color images, subtracting image backgrounds, merging images, inverting image colors, manipulating channels, applying filters, and adjusting features such as gamma, brightness, and contrast.
Can generate reports that can include measurement data, images, and text, in Acrobat, HTML or CSV (spreadsheet) formats.
Create organized collections of data and image thumbnails that can be easily loaded, located, and retrieved. Bersoft Image Measurement Databases are intended for organizing images and sound recordings, but they can also handle any other kind of files.
Images can be added to the activate Database with just a click or by pressing the shortcut for adding images.
Use the search function to organize and locate your images through keyword searches.
Images in the Database can be compared against other images easily. See Merge/Compare images and Paste as a Layer for more information.
Learn More about Databases.
Whether you need to speed up the process of measuring scientific or industrial samples, or to perform statistical analysis on scans or photographs of irregular objects, Bersoft Image Measurement gives you the tools that you need.
See also: What is new in the version 8.x?
Tip: Nearly all the program windows and palettes have an associated help page, press F1 to get contextual help for the active window. In some cases you can also get help by clicking the Help menu or the button on the title bar of the window you want to get help for.