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Multipage TIF VIs

Hi,

 

I am not sure why you want to keep 8-bits: you are not loosing anything by casting to 16-bit... and if you open the file with e.g. Fiji and stretch it it looks ok.

 

I will try to modify my VIs to correctly handle also 8 and 32 bit inputs. Might take some time, however!

 

Best,

 

Nico 

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...took much less than I expected... 😉

 

Here is a corrected version of TIFF_writeMultipage.vi. Please use this one: I tested and it does indeed work with both 8 and 16 bits images.

 

Enjoy!

 

Nico

 

 

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I did a quick test, and yes, it seems to be working. Thank you very much. This helps me a lot.

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Great!

 

have fun and let me know in case you find some other bugs.

 

Nico

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Dear all,

 

I tried to use the function and it saves multiple images into a single multipage Tiff but in my hands, it saves multiple times the same image.

 
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Hello

 

In case it helps, i have implemented (from the U16 only version sadly), a VI that doesn't use IMAQ but directly a 3D array to save image. I have tested it and it saves the different z stacks as you want.

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