Dear experts of Mrtrix,
I have a question about the “Screen Capture” of Mrview.
Currently, I am making movie clips on new ex-vivo marmoset data in the following way:
T2* test scan video
The above video is a scalar image so I can use imageJ to automatically screenshot on each slice and then make a video from these screenshots.
However, for the MRtrix-process DEC data (FOD-DEC, etc), imageJ cannot open it properly and it would be better to open it using Mrview.
How can I use Mrview to do the automatical screenshot on each slice?
I checked the Screen Capture tool and it can do automatically screenshot on rotate and translation. How can I control it to do automatically screenshot across slices？
Previously, for our old dataset (150um) I did the screenshot manually in Mrview, but the new data (80um and 64um) have too many slices to do it manually.
It would be great if we could make a similar video like the demo of mrview on youtube.
I want to also thank the Mrtrix team in the post, as it help our project essentially.
We spent many efforts trying to push the limit of the MRI to get the new data.
After we successfully obtained the data, we realized that the Mrtrix3 is the one and the only comprehensive dMRI tools that are capable to deal with the large dataset.
Most other common dMRI tools required the DWI data as input for tracking and are hard to deal with this big dataset.
The Mrtrix, on contrary, will compute FOD image from the large DWI image. The FOD file is much smaller in size than all DWI images as input. In addition, the handy multi-thread support (-nthread option) also make our analysis/tracking much efficient.
I am very looking forward to the ISMRM, catching the new feature of MRtrix and express thankfulness to the MRtrix team .