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jpeg format does not create a true volume data set. the ultrasound transducer sweeps across the target and collects a gajillion slices of data. raw data does not convert nor does jpeg, or img, btm, or a number others. The only formats that collect the entire data set seems to be Dicom, 4-D View either compressed or not and, potentially a cartesian file though these have not proven to be reliable.
I was just at the Mimics site, they claim that they can deal with Ultrasound through segmentation which Mimics does. They can handle DICOM, the most common format too.
I am calling Materialise who has Mimics...they have mentioned that they have something that may work, I just don't know from where. If they can give me a basic description of what it is, I will forward to you.
Right! But I can export from it to another program if it exists. That's where I need help. It needs to go into a segmentation program before Mimics etc.
Hi, I'm back.
Okay, sorry I could not be more help. If I get something I will send it to you.
It' time for me to say good bye for the day. I can't thank you enough for your interest. If you stumble upon something before the morrow, please give me a shout at my e-mail address. I will be checking that later this evening but for now it's off to the chamber for intrusive behavior propagated on gravid ladies.
Does it really come with a dongle?
Yes. I have a more extensive version of that because of my profession, but that is the one.
I am starting to see that. The link I gave in post#18 is this the program we are discussing?
THe only problem is that it really doesn't. I have submitted volumes to them only to have them inform me of the short comings. They need something to bring it out of 4dv into their program. 4dv doesn't provide that ability in the exporting process.