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3Dicom Lite – Capture Images of 3D Patient-Specific Anatomy

Without pictures did it even happen? In a world where we take photographic evidence of almost everything, being able to quickly and easily capture screenshots of patient-specific scans in 3Dicom is deemed an essential feature!

We’ve made it easy to take screenshots inside the software, both on Windows and MacOS and save these images to a destination folder of your choice. In 3Dicom Lite, after loading a scan, users can navigate to the Settings panel in the bottom left of the software and view the ‘Capture’ settings.

This is where users can browse and select a destination folder for the screenshots taken in 3Dicom. Once this has been set, simply click on the camera icon in the main Interactive 3D space to capture whatever is currently shown in the fullscreen area or quickly capture specific slices in the standard 2D planes using the relevant ‘2D Cameras’ on the right hand side.

Note that 3Dicom Lite does not allow for video capture or the ability to capture markups such as measurements, drawings and annotations in the captured images. These features, along with many others are available in 3Dicom Pro for just USD$3.95 per month and include a media gallery and the ability to save out certain sessions with all the recorded/capture media.

Please note that this blog is purely for educational and marketing purposes and doesn’t not purport to be medical advice. 3Dicom is currently registered as a TGA Class 1 Visualisation device and is not approved for diagnostic purposes.

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