Use the Image Viewer app to view and
explore images. Image Viewer includes tools that you can use
to examine image pixels in detail, crop an image, and measure distances
between pixels. Use the
imtool function to
launch Image Viewer.
If you want to interact with a large image using Image Viewer, then you may notice that zooming and panning actions can be slow, or the image may not load. If this happens, create a reduced resolution data set (R-Set) to improve performance. You can use Image Viewer to navigate an R-Set image the same way you navigate a standard image.
|Image Viewer||View and explore images|
|Image Information tool|
|Adjust Contrast tool|
|Display Range tool|
|Pixel Information tool|
|Pixel Information tool without text label|
|Pixel Region tool|
|Magnification box for image displayed in scroll panel|
|Overview tool for image displayed in scroll panel|
You can display, explore, and process images interactively with Image Viewer app.
You can use navigation aids to magnify and pan across images. You can also see an overview of the entire image with a rectangular overlay that indicates the current region in view.
You can display information about the location and value of individual pixels or small neighborhoods of pixels. This information updates as you move the pointer over the image.
You can adjust image contrast by manipulating the histogram of intensity values or by setting the window and level.
You can extract, or crop, a rectangular region of the image. You can fine tune the size and position of the crop region.
You can measure the length of a line segment drawn between two pixels. You can refine the position of the line segment and make multiple measurements.
You can get information about the image dimensions, class, image type, and file metadata.
You can view and edit preferences to control how images are displayed on your screen by default.