Bersoft Image Measurement is an application that makes it easy to measure, and analyze digital images. To measure an image, simply click on the image to define control points. The program will automatically perform measurements, calculate area, angle, radius, and length. All measurements are drawn over a special measurement layer, so the original image is not altered in any way.

It can analyze Elisa and Western Blot arrays or whatever kind of images arranged in grids you may have and also supports pixel profiling and object analysis.

The program supports JPEG, TIFF, PNG, and many other popular image formats.

Spatial calibration (conversion factor) is available to provide real world dimensional measurements such as kilometers, centimeters, microns, or miles, for both linear and area measurements. Different calibration can be used for the X and Y axes, if required.

Measurements are drawn on a vectorial layer (overlay), they can be edited or adjusted as many times as needed, its color and position can be modified. Because they are drawn as vectorial shapes, they look exactly the same at any zoom value.

Whether you need to speed up the process of measuring scientific or industrial samples, or perform statistical analysis on scans or photographs of irregular objects, Bersoft Image Measurement gives you the tools that you need.

Windows EditionOS X Edition

Linux Edition

Differences between Linux, macOS and Windows editions

The Windows edition has been developed since 1999, and its current version is 8.48. The Linux and macOS editions have been developed since 2015, and its current version is 1.2.

The Windows edition runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10.

The Linux edition runs on Debian, Ubuntu, Mint and any other Debian derivatives that support Debian (.DEB) packages (64 bit).

The MAC version runs on Mountain Lyon, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra and High Sierra. It has not been tested with older macOS versions, it may not work there.

Differences between the macOS and Linux editions

The OS X and Linux editions are nearly identical, its differences are:

Differences between Windows and non-Windows editions

Because the Windows edition has been developed for a longer time, it has more features than the other editions.

The only feature in the macOS and Linux editions that is not supported on Windows is the Brush Brush Selection Tool. Also both the macOS and Linux editions can open measurements performed by the Windows edition.

Features only supported by the Windows edition

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