Imagej time stamper plugin
Dec 15, · On Friday 15 December , austincb wrote: > Assuming the capture device stores timestamp data into the TIFF file, > is it possible to grab it using ImageJ? If so, can somebody point me in > the right direction as to how I'd get to it? I am not sure about this, but perhaps getMetadata() can be useful if the time stamp is stored in the header of the file. This plugin is inspired by the Time Stamper plugins from ImageJ and from Tony Collins' MBF Plugin Collection, as well as the imageJ built-in Image Stack Label command. It aims to combine the functionality of these plugins and refine and enhance the functionality for instance by adding the preview functionality suggested by Michael comienzoweb.come: GPLv3. Time Stamper. This plugin adds time stamps to a stack. The times are drawn in the current foreground color. Use the color picker (Image ▶ Color ▶ Color Picker or double-click on the color picker button) to set the foreground color. A dialog box allows the user to specify the starting time, time between frames, location, font size, License: GPLv3.