Improved Video Animation
Create high quality fly through videos that tell your story. The user defined key frames are automatically converted to smooth video animations which capture a wide range of display settings and object states.
Clipping Planes and Ortho Slicer
Peer deeper into complex biological environments. The clipping planes let you cut away parts of the surfaces and / or volume to help you visualize dense data sets. The ortho slicer allows you to inspect any thin section within your 3D/4D image.
Dazzle Your Audience
New and improved Video Animator allows you to capture display states as a keyframe
Include your own custom watermark and branding for impactful display
Smoother video transitions with frame rates up to 60 FPS
Export high definition videos up to 2160p (UHD display)
Industry-standard H.264 video compression (up to 10x reduction in file size)
In Aivia 7.7, we are greatly expanding the features for the Video Animator for creating stunning 3D flythrough videos. First up, the new Video Animator lets you capture what is currently on screen and stores the display state of the keyframe. The time point, channel and object set visibility, and clipping plane states are all captured in the keyframe. The blend option creates a crossfade effect on the keyframe transitions to make your exported video truly stand out.
You can add custom watermark to personalize the exported video and create an impactful display. Finally, the Video Animator enables you to create high quality videos up to 60 FPS frame rate at maximum resolution of 2160p/UHD (3840 x 2160).
Smoother video animation
Aivia 7.7 provides six frame rate options (up to 60 FPS) that gives you more control over the video. With higher frame rates, the transitions are more fluid and the animations more smooth.
High definition video export
High definition (HD) displays are commonplace in the world. In Aivia 7.7, you can export high definition videos up to 2160p (3840 x 2160) - that's 4x the resolution of a standard high definition (HD) display. With the new Video Animator, your 3D flythroughs will have more details than ever before.
Clipping Planes and
See beneath the surface
Interaction between objects in close proximity gives rise to various physiological responses. Aivia 7.7 brings you the ability to visualize objects in dense biological environments with the new clipping plane and ortho slicer tools. Use the clipping plane to hide sections of your dataset while preserving the rest intact. The ortho slicer creates an orthographic projection of a single plane in any orientation desired. You can adjust the position and orientation of both tools in any direction. Create a cutaway of the display and capture it as a keyframe for video export.
Clipping plane for hiding small section of the data
Create up to six (6) clipping planes
Ortho slicer for a single plane projection
Works on both surfaces and volume
Fixed axis mode or advanced free transformation mode
Use with Video Animator to create engaging cutaway videos
Discover physical interactions
Colocalization between two objects of interest provides inference into the potential interaction at work. In Aivia 7.7, we are expanding our colocalization capabilities for image processing and object quantification.
Aivia 7.7 introduces a new Pixel Colocalization workflow for segmenting the mask out regions and isolating only the pixels that are colocalized above a user-specified threshold. You can choose to output the isolated colocalized pixels as an image channel or a combined colocalization channel or both. The output channel(s) can be used with our standard 2-to-5D image analysis recipes to extract even more data.
Two new ways for colocalization analysis: pixel and objects
Isolate only colocalized pixels for processing with Pixel Colocalization
Measure pixel correlation of detected objects with Colocalization Measurement interface
Add multiple colocalization measurements at once
After analyzing the image and getting object outlines in 2D and 2D+time datasets, you can measure object colocalization with the all new Colocalization Measurement interface. You can select and add multiple colocalization measurements at the same time. Aivia 7.7 provides the following colocalization measurements:
Pearsons Correlation Coefficient
Manders Overlap Coefficient
Manders Coefficient above Threshold (tM1 and tM2)
The measurements can be calculated based on the detected regions of a single object set or the overlapped region between two object sets. All the measurements can be calculated on a per-object basis or over the entire image.
Scale bar and metadata overlay in 3D View
Customize typeface, font size, color and scale of 3D overlays
Improved image downsampling pipeline for multi-resolution display
Direct segmentation mode for all 2D and 2D+time recipes
Bugfixes and stability improvements
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