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Latest revision as of 06:00, 5 November 2014

Multiple Image Processor (ImageJ)
Author Nathaniel Gonzalez Santiago
Maintainer at rcm.upr.edu
Source on GitHub
Initial release 10/10/2005
Latest version 10/10/2005
Development status stable
Category Category:Plugins
Website Center for Information Architecture in Research


Multiple Image Processor

The Multiple Image Processor allows the researchers to work on large images with the following types: BMP, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, PGM . With this plug-in, the user can also apply macros generated with ImageJ macro functions to the set of original images. After doing the pre-processing, this application allows you to save images in any of a variety of formats and sizes.

Note: The plugin ignores all input files which do are not of one of the supported file types.

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