MRIConvert 2.0 Rev. 235 Freeware

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MRIConvert 2.0 Rev. 235 FreewareMRIConvert is a software tool that was developed specifically to help individuals transform one or multiple DICOM files to other extensions, while also choosing the data that should be transferred. Portability perks Surprisingly enough, this utility is portable and thus, the installation process becomes obsolete. You can copy the program files to any location on the hard drive and run it by simply clicking the EXE. Moreover, it is possible to use it on any machine you can get your hands on, by simply placing the last mentioned documents to an external data device. Another noteworthy aspect is that the MRIConvert is not going to add new files or other items to the hard drive or Windows registry without your permission, and upon its removal, no leftovers will remain.  Extensions supported, transferrable data and other options The interface is quite clear-cut and enables you to upload one or more DCMs, as well as entire directories with the help of a file browser or the “drag and drop” function. All of these can then be transformed to FSL NIfTI, SPM Analyze, MetaImage and BrainVoyager volume formats. Aside from that, you can also choose which type of data to keep in the resulted files, such as patient name and ID, series date, study ID, protocol name and series description. Each series can be saved in a separate directory, multivolume series can be saved as 4D files and you can apply a rescale slope and intercept to data. Conclusion To wrap it all up, MRI Convert proves to be a pretty efficient piece of software, through a simple-to-handle environment, a sufficient amount of options to keep you busy for a while and a minimal usage of CPU and memory, regardless of the process it is performing. MRIConvert is a small, simple piece of software designed to offer you a medical image file conversion utility that converts DICOM files to NIfTI 1.1, Analyze 7.5 , SPM99/Analyze, BrainVoyager, and MetaImage volume formats. Basically all that you have to do is select the files, the output folder and let MRIConvert take care of the rest. It’s that easy!

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