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Old 07-21-2018, 05:53 AM   #1
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Gimp trouble on Slackware64-current


Trying to open a dicom file
Code:
bash-4.4$ gimp
Missing fast-path babl conversion detected, Implementing missing babl fast paths
accelerates GEGL, GIMP and other software using babl, warnings are printed on
first occurance of formats used where a conversion has to be synthesized
programmatically by babl based on format description

*WARNING* missing babl fast path(s): "R'G'B' double" to "CIE Lab double"
/usr/lib64/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/file-dicom: fatal error: Segmentation fault
/usr/lib64/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/file-dicom: fatal error: Segmentation fault
gimp: GEGL-WARNING: (gegl-tile-handler-cache.c:866):gegl_tile_cache_destroy: runtime check failed: (g_queue_is_empty (&cache_queue))
EEEEeEeek! 4 GeglBuffers leaked
bash-4.4$
I have installed the various libs it was bellyaching about. The only 'iffy' thing was that one is a link to a later version (2.2 when I wanted 2.0 or the like), which usually doesn't matter.

I think they're a later dicom file version, but gimp doesn't recognise the older file as existing, until I stuck a '.dcm' on it, and then it just comes up grey.
 
Old 07-21-2018, 09:06 PM   #2
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can you attach a dicom file example?
 
Old 07-22-2018, 05:09 AM   #3
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can you attach a dicom file example?
Sure
One file type
And Another

I really hope they work for you. I never trust these links. One is notably more compressed (6MB vs 18 MB). Both should show a pair of male hips with different issues.In an old PC with Mint installed, I have dicomscope running which gives me limited control, but I was hoping for better.

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Old 07-22-2018, 12:17 PM   #4
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"One file type" displayed part of an image

"And Another" didn't open in gimp, "Procedure 'file-dicom-load' returned no return values".

interesting file type

found this web page which mentions what you found dicomscope and two other softwares, like Aeskulap - DICOM Viewer

doesn't look like a gimp plugin will do
 
Old 07-22-2018, 02:34 PM   #5
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Interestingly, Droid Render in Android reads them all. I'll give up on gimp.

I've been recommended Aeskulap & Xnview. I will try those.

EDIT: I'll have to sort mint first - just reinstalled with XFCE on one box, and about to on another.

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Old 07-23-2018, 04:27 PM   #6
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"One file type" opens in Fiji is just ImageJ, which I use for 16-bit scans before exporting edited 8bit-versions for further manipulation in Gimp; the compressed dicom image could not be opened by this open source JAVA program. ImageJ is quite versatile...

hth

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Thanks. I'm actually sorted with XnView, which does about 500 file types(!) according to the blurb. Images are clunky to view if you need brightness/contrast adjustments. Aeskulap and Dicomscope also do viewing as does Droid Render. XnViewMP also converted to jpeg format for ordinary mortals.

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