What is the latest version of UTHSCSA ImageTool?
Version 3.0 is the final release
Will ImageTool run under previous versions of Windows NT?
No, ImageTool requires Microsoft Windows NT version 3.51 (build 1057) or later
What types of scanners does ImageTool support?
ImageTool supports any TWAIN compliant scanners, including flatbed, 35mm, and hand scanners.
UTHSCSA ImageTool has been tested with:
- MICROTEK latest ScanWizard 2.10 driver
- MICROTEK ScanMaker IIXE flatbed scanner
- UMAX VistaScan 2.11 driver
- UMAX UC840 flatbed scanner
- Polaroid SprintScan software
- Polaroid SprintScan 35/Plus
- Polaroid SprintScan 35/ES
- Polaroid SprintScan 35/LE
- Nikon CoolScan software
- Nikon Super CoolScan LS-1000 scanner
ImageTool should be compatible with the following scanner, but have not been tested:
- MICROTEK Scan Maker II
- MICROTEK Scan Maker IIXE/IISP
- MICROTEK Scan Maker IIHR
- MICROTEK Scan Maker E3
- MICROTEK Scan Maker E6
- MICROTEK Scan Maker 35t
- UMAX VISTA - S6E
- UMAX VISTA - 8
- UMAX VISTA - 12
- UMAX POWERLOOK 2000
- UMAX POWERLOOK II
- UMAX MIRAGE D - 16L
- Polaroid SprintScan 45
- Polaroid PhotoPad
- Polaroid CS 600
- Polaroid CS 600 LE
- Polaroid CS 500
- Nikon ScanTouch 110
Does ImageTool provide support for digital cameras?
ImageTool provides support for most digital cameras that provide a TWAIN driver, and supports digital cameras that use the TWAIN interface.
Does ImageTool provide support for frame grabbers?
ImageTool provides support for Data Translations image capture boards. ImageTool also supports frame grabbers that are based on the TWAIN standard, such as the Snappy and In-Sync capture boards.
UTHSCSA ImageTool supports:
- InSync Technologies color and monochrome frame grabber capture boards
- Play Technologies Snappy Video Snapshot parallel port image acquisition device.
- Snappy allows you to capture any image from almost any video source and make still images on your PC with unprecedented high quality and resolution - as many as 16.8 million colors, and resolution as high as 1500 x 1125
- complete MACH series of frame grabbers from Data Translation under Windows NT
- Data Translation’s DT3152 and DT3155 Frame Grabber boards are PCI bus-based high accuracy, low cost frame grabbers. The frame grabbers can acquire a monochrome video image and transfer the image to memory or display in real time. The Data Translation’s boards are suitable for both image analysis and machine vision applications. Additional components are needed, and can be downloaded here.
Where can I get the Source Manager for the TWAIN interface?
All TWAIN documents and files are available via anonymous ftp at TWAIN website. Make sure to get the appropriate version for either Win95 or WinNT.or visit the
Does ImageTool provide a method of importing non-standard image files?
Yes, ImageTool provides a binary file filter for non-standard grayscale or color images. In version 1.27, the software automatically tries to open a file with standard file formats. If this fails, a dialog box is displayed which allow the user to specify the width and height of the image, the file header size. You can also use the Import command to specify the file format for loading a file.
What image bit depths does ImageTool support?
ImageTool version 1.27 supports 8, 10, 12, 14, and 16-bit grayscale, 8-bit color and 24-bit color images.
How can I obtain the source code for UTHSCSA ImageTool?
The source code for ImageTool, and all associated plugins, are available via anonymous ftp at
The source code was written with Borlands C++ version 5.0. Plugins can be written any language which is capable of producing a 32 bit DLL.
What is Object Analysis?
Object Analysis provides for the counting and measurement of objects within and image.
What are Image Stacks?
Image Stacks provide for the collection of multiple images within a single construct.