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Use Python for JPEG to DICOM Images Conversion

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How to Convert JPEG to DICOM Images and Photos with Python

Image files conversion from one format to another is a common task encountered by every graphic designer. The efficiency and excellence in converting files not only impact the speed of completion but also play a crucial role in assessing the overall work quality. Concerning the images sources, they frequently necessitate transformation into alternative formats more suited for printing or online distribution. An image crafted in a graphic editor is likely to be in vector format. In such instances, for website publication, it must undergo rasterization and be saved in a raster format. You have the option to convert the image in an uncompressed format for superior quality or save it to a lossless compressed format to minimize the file size. For scenarios where file size reduction is obligatory, like in website applications, there’s the possibility of conversion to lossy compression formats. Specialized data compression algorithms for images can significantly diminish file size while upholding acceptable image quality, ensuring swift image loading. To convert images and photos from JPEG to DICOM, we will employ Aspose.Imaging for Python via .NET API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use image manipulation and conversion API for Python platform. You may install it using the following command from your system command.

The system command line

>> pip install aspose-imaging-python-net

Steps to Convert JPEG to DICOM via Python

Developers can easily load & convert JPEG files to DICOM in just a few lines of code.

  • load JPEG file with Image.Load method;
  • create & set the instance of required subclass of ImageOptionsBase (e.g. BmpOptions, PngOptions, etc.);
  • call the Image.Save method;
  • pass file path with DICOM extension & object of ImageOptionsBase class.

System Requirements

Before running the conversion example code, make sure that you have the following prerequisites:

  • Microsoft Windows / Linux with .NET Core Runtime.
  • Python and PyPi package manager.

Free App to Convert JPEG to DICOM

  • Select or drag and drop JPEG image
  • Choose format and click Convert button
  • Click Download button to download DICOM image

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Convert JPEG to DICOM - Python

JPEG What is JPEG File Format

A JPEG is a type of image format that is saved using the method of lossy compression. The output image, as result of compression, is a trade-off between storage size and image quality. Users can adjust the compression level to achieve the desired quality level while at the same time reduce the storage size. Image quality is negligibly affected if 10:1 compression is applied to the image. The higher the compression value, the higher the degradation in image quality.

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DICOM What is DICOM File Format

DICOM is the acronym for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine and pertains to the field of Medical Informatics. DICOM is the combination of file format definition and a network communications protocol. DICOM uses the .DCM extension. .DCM exist in two different formats i.e. format 1.x and format 2.x. DCM Format 1.x is further available in two versions normal and extended. DICOM is used for the integration of medical imaging devices like printers, servers, scanners etc from various vendors and also contains identification data of each patient for uniqueness. DICOM files can be shared between two parties if they are capable of receiving image data in DICOM format. The communication part of DICOM is application layer protocol and uses TCP/IP to communicate between entities. HTTP and HTTPS protocols are used for the web services of DICOM. Versions supported by web services are 1.0, 1.1, 2 or later.

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Other Supported Conversions

Using Python, one can easily convert different formats including:

BMP (Bitmap Picture)
GIF (Graphical Interchange Format)
DICOM (Digital Imaging & Communications)
EMF (Enhanced Metafile Format)
JP2 (JPEG 2000)
J2K (Wavelet Compressed Image)
JPEG2000 (JPEG 2000)
PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
APNG (Animated Portable Network Graphics)
PSD (Photoshop Document)
DXF (Drawing Interchange Format, or Drawing Exchange Format,)
SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)
TIFF (Tagged Image Format)
WEBP (Raster Web Image)
WMF (Microsoft Windows Metafile)
PDF (Portable Document Format (PDF))
HTML (HTML5 Canvas)
EMZ (Windows Compressed Enhanced Metafile)
WMZ (Compressed Windows Media Player Skin)
TGA (Targa Graphic)
SVGZ (Compressed version of Scalable Vector Graphics (.SVG) file.)
ICO (Windows icon)