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Is it possible to export all series, and add prefix to individual series?

Hi,

New to the software, I have a ton of dicom images from tons of series, I want to automate the process of exporting all of them as much as possible.

Is there a way too export all of the images at once, with custom, individual prefixes being added to the different series?

(Great software btw, much better than what comes included with some commercial variant software)


Oct 12, 2016 10:41 AM
by Frogger
Or if that isn't possible, is it possible to export all of the series at once and store them in separate folders, named by series?


Oct 12, 2016 11:42 AM
by Frogger
The software you are searching for is Dicom sorter (search for DICOMSort on Google).

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Oct 12, 2016 12:29 PM
by aaaaaaaaa
Sorry, I should have specified,

I am exporting them to .jpg

If I sort them as Dicoms using DICOMSort, and then export them to .jpg through radiantviewer, the folder structure won't be sorted by series anymore.




Oct 12, 2016 01:04 PM
by Guest
Nevermind, I can use the formatting that radiantviewer does by default once you export all open series.

Thanks for the DICOMSort mention, that might come in handy later.


Oct 12, 2016 01:32 PM
by Frogger
On another note, is it possible to export metadata per series to a txt format?


Oct 12, 2016 01:41 PM
by Frogger
No, you can only view (and copy to clipboard) the metadata of a single file (Ctrl + Alt + T)


Oct 12, 2016 09:30 PM
by RadiAnt
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