Altami Studio is an application designed for monitoring, processing, measuring, and marking of images received from different monitoring and capture devices: microscopes, telescopes, X-ray machines, etc.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:07
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Altami Studio is an application designed for monitoring, processing, measuring, and marking of images received from different monitoring and capture devices: microscopes, telescopes, X-ray machines, etc. All image processing and measuring actions can be executed in real-time mode (images are received from camera or another capture devices).
Application fully supports all capture devices with Microsoft DirectShow interface (most widely used interface in Microsoft Windows operating systems) including many specialized cameras such as Lumenera. Eyepiece cameras DCM/MDC series are supported by Altami Studio natively which allows to use opportunities not provided by DirectShow interface. Definitely, the application also works with all popular image formats (bmp, jpg. tif, svg, and others).
Altami Studio provides the following features: live measuring and image processing, great capture device integration, powerful measurement and markup abilities, numerous raster operations, automatic shape detectors, all data in a single document, one click and advanced report generation, and sessions support. Just enjoy live image analysis possibilities!
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