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The latest release of Bio Image Operation (BIO) is available here.

Download BIO (latest version using Qt/console)

Download BIO 1.5.440.1 (older version using Windows Forms)

Download user manual

Download script manual

 

Version 1.7.1

- Simplified versioning

- Improved tracking using better ID information

- Added Pause operation

- Added basic script generation

- Reintroduced Totals option for sources

- Improved background subtraction and added min/max image buffer functions

- Renamed weighting function

- Larger points in cluster/track drawing functions

- Make labeling colors better distinguishable

- Redid color tables

- Redid cluster/track output information, added features and advanced features

- Redid log files to handle writing to many files efficiently

- Work-around for reading GoPro videos (known OpenCV issue)

- Bug fix: correctly closing output csv files

- Bug fix: set source sizes after scale/crop

- Bug fix: memory leak in tracking

- Improved error handling, including closing while in operation

 

Version 1.6.440.6

- Converted script help from RTF to MD, also shown in UI

 

Version 1.6.440.5

- Bug fix: correct paths in export

- Bug fix: booleans without value allowed

- Bug fix: correct split export cluster/tracks

- Bug fix: correct visibility order of cluster drawing

 

Version 1.6.440.3

- Bug fix: wildcard file patterns

- Bug fix: display grayscale images

- Bug fix: fixed printing cluster labels

- Bug fix: correct display numbers in window titles

- Handle redraw multiple text/image windows,

- Added dynamic resizing to image windows

- Added fixed size font

 

Version 1.6.440.2:

- Added command-line functionality, running scripts and operation help

- Added functionality providing corresponding text output in console

 

Version 1.6.440.1:

- Major re-release: Now using pure std/C++ and Qt (Qt5) as main gui, enabling potentially cross-platform

- Operation arguments checking is improved, consistently with operation syntax check now also occurring before execution starts

- Improved script instructions / generated manual

- Known issues: SSL not working (used in checking for updates)

 

Version 1.5.440.1:

- Improved tracking: now uses more accurate id information

- Fixed bug in cluster images

- Support OpenCV 4.4.0

 

Version 1.4.420.22:

- Save clusters/tracks: now uses frames and time as well as saving contours, added different output formats

- Fixed various small bugs

- Support OpenCV 4.2.0 (and correct version of openh264)

 

Version 1.4.410.21:

- Fixed memory leak in showing images with stride

- Use time when saving tracks etc

- Proper file modified detection including auto save on run

 

Version 1.4.410.20:

- Fixed bug in videos without length/frames property

- Fixed bug showing images with stride/padding

- Fixed bug not showing images after error occurs

- Minor fixes for video progress

- Support OpenCV 4.1.0

 

Version 1.4.400.10:

- Added saving clusters and tracks by label

 

Version 1.4.400.9: 

- Exposed video API selection

 

Version 1.4.400.8:

- Fixed bugs in image series and cluster drawing

- Simplified stats calculations improving automatic tracking parameter calculation

- Supports OpenCV 4.0.0

 

Version 1.4.341.7:

- Added GPL license information

 

Version 1.4.341.6:

- Further improved automatically finding optimal tracking parameters

- Added 'Check for updates' functionality

- Minor bug fixes

 

Version 1.4.341.5:

- Significantly improved automatically finding optimal tracking parameters

- Draw logarithmic color legend based on input parameters

- Many improvements and bug fixes and updates to the help/manual

 

Version 1.4.341.4:

- Implemented directly writing to video file using H264 encoding

 

Version 1.4.341.3:

- Significant improvement in overall performance

 

Version 1.4.341.2 (OpenCV 3.4.1):

- Implemented all track draw functions including many options

- Improved script argument checking and help

- Uses OpenCV 3.4.1

 

Version 1.4.34.1 (OpenCV 3.4) - This is a major rewrite from C#/Emgu to C++/OpenCV. These are the key points:

- Using OpenCV directly - with full library support and using the latest version

- Real-time processing of HD video source (on standard consumer hardware) due to significant performance improvements

- Direct memory management with superior memory footprint

- Improved error handling and argument checking

- Built-in dynamically-generated script help

- Improved cluster detection: using connected components for accurate cluster sizes

- Very efficient custom image display, for minimal impact on main image processing loop

- Improved installer with pre-requisites detection and download (using WiX)

- Re-branded artwork