Image Window Toolbar

By default the Window Toolbar is aligned to the left, with its buttons in a vertical row, but it can dragged and placed on the top, below the Main Toolbar or left floating around.

The Image Window has several toolbars. The only that is always visible is the vertical toolbar whose buttons are explained below. The other two toolbars are the Adjust Bar and the Medical Images Bar,which only appears when loading Medical Images ( Analyze, DICOM, GE LX, Genesis, Interfile, Siemens Magnetom Vision, Siemens Somatom and NEMA formats).

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Shows or hides the Measurements Pane.
Shows or hides the Adjust Toolbar, which is on top of the image window..

Reverses the last changes made to the active image. Learn More.


Re-applies the last action or command on which you have used the Undo command.


There are two Zoom buttons, the top one is Fit to window, the other is 100% zoom.

The Zoom slider below is used to set any other zoom value to the image.

The zoom of the active image is always displayed on the Main Status Bar.

Medical Images Bar

When opening Medical Images (Analyze, DICOM, GE LX, Genesis, Interfile, Siemens Magnetom Vision, Siemens Somatom and NEMA formats) another toolbar will be visible in the Image Window as the image below shows.



Shows or Hides the DICOM header. Notice that DICOM information can be displayed as well by using the View > Image Information main menu.

Loads different Custom color look up tables.

Lookup tables can either be in Osiris format (TEXT) or ImageJ format (BINARY: 768 bytes). Additional lookup tables can be added, provided that they have the correct format and are saved as filenames with .lut extension in Bersoft Image Measurement folder.

The Play button opens a menu to select the play velocity. The Play slider is for moving the from one frame to another.
These two controls only will be enabled when the images are multi-frame.

Applies the file suggested contrast.

Applies contrast autobalance.


Applies the custom brightness* settings specified in the field to the right  .


Applies the custom contrast settings* specified in the field to the right .

* People familiar with the medical imaging typically talk about the 'window center' and the 'window width' of an image. This is simply a way of describing the 'brightness' and 'contrast' of the image. Only when opening images with more than 8 bit per pixel the and controls will be enabled.