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Import image other than Dicom format

Jun 10, 2016 08:46 PM
by Albert Lee
I would like to know if there is a way to import image such as JPEG or BMP format. I think this will be cool if the user can calibrate the general image format in RadiAnt.

Jun 13, 2016 08:33 PM
by RadiAnt
You would have to convert JPEG/BMP to DICOM using some other software (e.g. ). RadiAnt can't import files in formats other than DICOM.
Sep 26, 2019 11:39 PM
by Guillermo
Microdicom can import JPG very easy.
Sep 27, 2019 09:45 PM
by RadiAnt
We will consider adding such feature to RadiAnt.
Feb 17, 2022 01:19 AM
by Nathan
Any consideration to developing this feature in the near future? It does come up periodically. There is other software that can do this, but would be very convenient to be able to do within Radiant, as it's become our primary viewing solution. Great product!

Mar 30, 2022 09:01 PM
by RadiAnt
No, there are no plans for implementing JPEG import in the near future. It might appear in RadiAnt at some later date.
Jul 6, 2023 02:22 PM
by Ray D. Ologist
Agree with the commenters above, a conversion or import feature for non-dicom files would be an amazing feature. Please add if possible.
Sep 25, 2023 04:43 PM
by neeraj
it is very much important to add jpeg or other image format to be converted to dicom. Please add this feature
Sep 25, 2023 09:02 PM
by RadiAnt
Thank you for your remarks. We have this feature in our to-do list. It has a bit lower priority, though.
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