Deep Zoom Images Where are Deep Zoom ROI Images Exported?
Deep Zoom Images

Information in this article applies to:

  • uScope Navigator V4.3 and Earlier
  • uScope Navigator V4.5 and Later

Article ID: NDZ1268 — Created: 21 Aug 2019 — Reviewed: 22 Aug 2019


Where are regions of interest exported from the Deep Zoom Viewer saved to disk?


uScope Navigator v4.0 and later enables you to export entire Deep Zoom images or regions of interest to BMP, JPG, PNG, or TIF image files. For smaller Deep Zoom images (those with low enough resolution) the output file contains an unscaled (1:1) image. However, for larger Deep Zoom images the output file is scaled due to size limitations of the output file format.

Refer to Exporting a Region from a Deep Zoom Image for more information about exporting a ROI from a Deep Zoom image.

In uScope Navigator v4.3 and earlier...

Exported images are saved in the DeepZoom-??? folder with a fixed filename. Once a file is exported, you should rename the file to prevent it being overwritten by subsequent exports.

In uScope Navigator v4.5 and later...

Program Options - Deep Zoom - Export By default, exported images are saved in the Exports folder in the root of the Job folder.

The Program Options – Deep Zoom Viewer Options – Exported Images File Naming setting allows you to specify a template that is used when exporting images from the Deep Zoom image viewer.

A drop-down list of substitution parameters is available to help tailor the template.These parameters are replaced with information from the current scan or deep zoom image. Each parameter must begin and end with percent signs ('%').

  • JobFolder
    This parameter is replaced with the path to the default folder containing your slide scan jobs. For example: C:\Images.
  • JobPath
    This parameter is replaced with the path to the folder of the scan. For example: C:\Images\MyScan.
  • SavedImagesFolder
    This parameter is replaced with the path to the default folder for images saved from the browse window. For example: C:\SavedImages.
  • JobName
    This parameter is replaced with the name of the job. For example: MyScan.
  • 2-digit Sequence Number
    A 2-digit number starting with 01 and increasing by 1 or each exported image.
  • 3-digit Sequence Number
    A 3-digit number starting with 001 and increasing by 1 or each exported image.
  • 4-digit Sequence Number
    A 4-digit number starting with 0001 and increasing by 1 or each exported image.

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