Operations on color spaces and color images. Can be used as a stand-alone library or a plugin for ImageJ
- ImageJ Plugins
- Test Images
- Installing Plugins in ImageJ
- Stand-alone Library
- Development Setup
Color calibrates images using a color chart. Supported charts:
- GretagMacbeth ColorChecker
- X-Rite Passport
- Image Science Associates ColorGauge
- Custom charts - provide your own layout and CIE L*a*b* color values
Supports 8, 16, 32 bit per channel color images, including raw.
Tool for converting individual color values between different color spaces. Inspired by Bruce Lindbloom CIE Color Calculator
Converts color chart ROI to individual chip ROIs. Measures color of each chip.
Performs White Balance of an RGB image.
You can test the calibrator plugin using images in test/data.
Prebuild binaries are published with each Release.
- Look for in the asset section for an "ijp-color_plugins_*_win.zip" file assuming you are using Windows, or "ijp-color_plugins_*_mac*.zip" for MacOS. Do now download the "Source code".
- Download and unzip into ImageJ's
pluginsdirectory. It should create subdirectory "ij-plugins". There should be several files with extension
- Restart ImageJ
IJP Color is also a part of the ij-plugins-bundle. You can download from its Release page.
NOTE: no recent updates with this method, due to issues with FIJI and JavaFX updates.
Depending on your ImageJ installation there may be issues properly loading the ijp-color plugin components, see Troubleshooting Wiki for some hints. Please post your experience or ask questions in the Troubleshooting Discussions.
ijp-color was designed to be easily used as a stand-alone library. Examples of use are provided in
the ijp-color/test directory.
You can build the
ij-color plugins and run it within ImageJ using SBT task
ijRun from the
You will need to install Scala plugin then import the project from
build.sbt file. To run the
ij-color plugins in
ImageJ, setup "Run Configuration" for "SBT Task" and add task