[slicer-users] Saving transformed volumes or models

Jayender Jagadeesan jayender at bwh.harvard.edu
Mon Jul 12 11:33:22 EDT 2010


Hi Peter,

   One way to save models/volumes being transformed is to first apply 
the transform to the model/volume and then save it. This can be done in 
the Data module->Right Click on the model/volume->Harden Transforms. Now 
the model/volume no longer appears under a transform and can be saved as 
a transformed model/volume.

Jay

On 7/12/2010 11:20 AM, Boettcher, Dr. Peter wrote:
> Dear all
>
> We would like to save volumes and models being transformed using a linear transform node within slicer. Unfortunately, slicer saves the original untransformed data, even though slicer displays the data according to the defined transformation matrix.
> In the "Save Scene and Unsaved Data" dialog the transformed volumes/models are labeld "unmodified". Interestingly, if you center the data within slicer the label changes to "modified" and the data are saved centered at 0,0,0.
>
> Regards, Peter and Sabine.
>
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