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NAME

       OrthancWSIDicomToTiff - Whole-slide imaging support for Orthanc

SYNOPSIS

       OrthancWSIDicomToTiff [OPTION]... [INPUT] [OUTPUT]

DESCRIPTION

       Orthanc, lightweight, RESTful DICOM server for healthcare and medical research.

       Convert  a  DICOM  image for digital pathology stored in some Orthanc server as a standard
       hierarchical TIFF (whose tiles are all encoded using JPEG).

   Generic options:
       --help Display this help and exit

       --version
              Output version information and exit

       --verbose
              Be verbose in logs

   Options for the source DICOM image:
       --orthanc arg (=http://localhost:8042/)
              URL to the REST API of the target Orthanc server

       --username arg
              Username for the target Orthanc server

       --password arg
              Password for the target Orthanc server

       --proxy arg
              HTTP proxy to be used

       --timeout arg (=0)
              HTTP timeout (in seconds, 0 means no timeout)

       --verify-peers arg (=1)
              Enable the verification of the peers during HTTPS requests

       --ca-certificates arg
              Path to the CA (certification authority) certificates to validate  peers  in  HTTPS
              requests

   Options for the target TIFF image:
       --color arg
              Color of the background for missing tiles (e.g. "255,0,0")

       --reencode arg
              Whether to re-encode each tile in JPEG (no transcoding, much slower) (Boolean)

       --jpeg-quality arg
              Set quality level for JPEG (0..100)

AUTHOR

       Written by Sebastien Jodogne <s.jodogne@orthanc-labs.com>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright  ©  2012-2016 Sebastien Jodogne, Medical Physics Department, University Hospital
       of Liege (Belgium)
       Copyright © 2017-2019 Osimis S.A. (Belgium) Licensing AGPL: GNU AGPL version  3  or  later
       <http://gnu.org/licenses/agpl.html>.
       This  is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.  There is NO WARRANTY,
       to the extent permitted by law.