Version 2.9 of DIPlib and DIPimage is no longer supported, but is still available though this page.
The links below can be used to obtain a non-commercial license. This license is free, and can be used by students and staff in a University research project without an industrial sponsor. If you need to obtain the commercial license for version 2.9 or older of DIPlib and DIPimage, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This version is not open source. Version 3 of the library and toolbox are open source.
Version 2.9 of DIPimage is compatible with MATLAB R2008a and up. This version will not run on older versions of MATLAB!
All versions have been tested on the following platforms:
|version||tested on||created with|
|Linux 32-bits||Ubuntu 14.04.1 32-bits MATLAB 2008a||Ubuntu 14.04.1 32-bits GCC 4.8.2|
|Ubuntu 14.04.1 32-bits MATLAB 2012a|
|Linux 64-bits||Ubuntu 14.04.1 64-bits MATLAB 2008a||Ubuntu 14.04.1 64-bits GCC 4.8.2|
|Ubuntu 14.04.1 64-bits MATLAB 2016a|
|MacOS X||MacOS X 10.10 MATLAB 2009bSP1||MacOS X 10.10 GCC 4.9.1|
|MacOS X 10.10 MATLAB 2016a|
|Windows 64-bits||Windows 2008 64-bits MATLAB 2008a 64-bits||Windows 2008 64-bits VS 2012|
|Windows 2008 64-bits MATLAB 2016a 64-bits|
Please make sure you follow the installation instructions found in the DIPimage User Manual.
The set of demo images can be downloaded in two forms:
Both files contain the same files, so you only need to download one format.
DIPlib sample source code:
Throughout time support for older versions of MATLAB has been dropped. Older releases of DIPimage might support these older versions. These can be found in their respective directories on our FTP site: ftp://qiftp.tudelft.nl/DIPimage.
Also other older platforms have been supported in previous releases of DIPlib and DIPimage. These can be found here: ftp://qiftp.tudelft.nl/DIPimage/unsupported.
The Computational Imaging Group of the TU Delft, to be called CI, has developed and is the owner of the image processing library written in C and all related documentation known as DIPlib, hereafter called SOFTWARE.
CI also developed a MATLAB toolbox for image processing based on DIPlib, known as DIPimage. DIPimage is freely available for DIPlib license holders and available for the following platforms:
as well as for some unsupported platforms, mostly for older versions of DIPimage:
1.1. Source code licenses of the SOFTWARE are not available.
1.2. Non-commercial license:
1.3. Commercial licenses:
1.4. The commercial licenses for a non-supported computer platform may be provided on request. There will be minimum surcharge of 500 Euro.
1.5. All prices listed are exclusive BTW (value added tax). BTW in the The Netherlands is 21%.
2.1. All licenses are provided on an “as is” basis without support or guarantees.
2.2. All license holders are entitled to freely download upgrades of the the SOFTWARE as they become available, up to a maximum of three years after the original purchase.
2.3. CI has the right to stop the development and distribution of the SOFTWARE at any time without prior notice to the license holders.
3.1. The CUSTOMER acknowledges that the SOFTWARE is a research tool and that it is being supplied ‘as is’, without any accompanying services from CI.
3.2. CI makes no representations or warranties of any kind, either express or implied, as to any matter whatsoever, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose or that the use of the SOFTWARE will not infringe any patent or copyright.
3.3. The CUSTOMER agrees that CI shall not be held to any liability with respect to any claim by the CUSTOMER or a third party arising from or on account of the use of the SOFTWARE or redistribution of the SOFTWARE. CI shall not be liable for any special indirect, incidental or consequential damages arising out of the licensed rights granted hereunder.
3.4. CI cannot be held to any liability with respect to errors in the SOFTWARE or damage caused by correct or incorrect use of the SOFTWARE.
4.1. The SOFTWARE is build with several external libraries (gif, ics, jpeg, tiff and zlib). The licenses of these libraries expressly permit the embedding in commercial and non-commercial applications. They do require to mention the copyright with the application. For each library, the copyright can be downloaded below:
A University license (license A) can be obtained via the Download page. You can then immediately download the software.
For other licenses (license B, C or D), please send an e-mail to email@example.com.