ImagePlay 6.0.0 Has Been Released

As you may know, ImagePlay is an open-source, rapid prototyping tool that permits the users to buld and test image processing algorithms. Among others, it has over 70 individual image processors which can be combined into complex process chains.

The latest version available is ImagePlay 6.0.0, which brings the below new features:

  • You can now directly open .ipj files when associated with ImagePlay
  • Fixed some issues with IPLLabelBlobs
  • Inputs/Outputs are now shown for each process right underneath the process properties
  • We now have a completely new plugin system
  • File paths can now be relative
  • Added better event logging (needs to be enabled in settings)
  • Improved IPPropertyKernelInt
  • Improved blueprint background image
  • Fixed scene clearing (could lead to crashes before)
  • New button which allows to reset all process properties to their defaults
  • Fixed a crash in IPLSaveImage
  • Tabs in the image viewer are now automatically sorted by their execution order
  • Improved live reloading of plugins
  • Improved IPLCamera, stability of .ipj loading, zoom widget
  • Graph state gets updated when removing edges, invalidating following results
  • Decreased memory usage of ImageViewer, improved behaviour ouf ZoomVie…
  • New mode for loading RAW image files when dimensions and byte order are known
  • New algorithms – Gradient Operator, Normalize Illumination
  • Improved plugin generator and plugin loading stability
  • Improved reliability of the process grid recomputation

Installation instructions:

Up to date packages are available via some third party PPA, so installing the software on Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf, Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr and derivative systems like Linux Mint 17.x and Elementary OS 0.3 Freya is easy.

All you need to do is add the PPA to your system, update the local repository index and install the imageplay package:

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install imageplay

Optional, to remove imageplay, do:

$ sudo apt-get remove imageplay

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