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 libbioimage is the library behind the BioImage Convert command line image conversion utility. It can read and write many image formats, extract ROI and meta-data stored in images. Accepted image formats are: BioRad PIC, TIFF, Metamorph STK (uncompressed and LZW compressed),​ Fluoview TIFF, Carl Zeiss LSM 5, PSIA TIFF, Nanoscope II/III, JPEG, PNG, BMP, IBW, OME, RAW and video: QuickTime, AVI, MPEG1/2/4, Flash, etc. libbioimage is developed at the Center for Bio-Image Informatics of the University of California, Santa Barbara, by Dmitry Fedorov Levit and others.\\ libbioimage is the library behind the BioImage Convert command line image conversion utility. It can read and write many image formats, extract ROI and meta-data stored in images. Accepted image formats are: BioRad PIC, TIFF, Metamorph STK (uncompressed and LZW compressed),​ Fluoview TIFF, Carl Zeiss LSM 5, PSIA TIFF, Nanoscope II/III, JPEG, PNG, BMP, IBW, OME, RAW and video: QuickTime, AVI, MPEG1/2/4, Flash, etc. libbioimage is developed at the Center for Bio-Image Informatics of the University of California, Santa Barbara, by Dmitry Fedorov Levit and others.\\
 http://​www.bioimage.ucsb.edu/​downloads/​BioImage%20Convert http://​www.bioimage.ucsb.edu/​downloads/​BioImage%20Convert
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 +==== Bio-Formats - Java-based bio image and meta-data library ====
 +Bio-Formats is a standalone Java library for reading and writing life sciences image file formats. It is capable of parsing both pixels and metadata for a large number of formats, as well as writing to several formats. The primary goal of Bio-Formats is to facilitate the exchange of microscopy data between both different software packages and different organizations. It accomplishes this goal by converting proprietary microscopy data into an open standard called the OME data model, particularly into the OME-TIFF file format.\\
 +http://​www.loci.wisc.edu/​software/​bio-formats
  
 ==== HDF5 - A versatile large data set library ==== ==== HDF5 - A versatile large data set library ====
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