Features, IL, Sophisticated User Interface
User Interface
The interface is built as a tab bar with processing groups as shown above. When you apply an operation, a new window is created, presenting the resulting object. The original object is left unchanged.  You can change the way an object is presented by buttons and menus in the object presentation window. These changes never modifies the underlying object.
Object presentation window

1. Shows present zoom level, click on the text to reset to 100% 
2. Click to choose between 4 different zoom tools:
   * Mouse wheel zoom
   * Click zoom, use left/right button to zoom in/out
   * Zoom in on a area using the rectangular zoom tool
   * Magnifying glass
3. Drop menu for zoom settings, interpolation when <100% and pixel grid
4. Click to choose image presentation histogram (mono,hsi). There are eight display modes, not processed, 20-99% stat.stretch, L-R% stat.stretch, Set Max%, Set Max EQ Flat, EQ Gamma and Min-Max stretch. The AC changes the image presentation only and not on the actual image data. 
5. Drop menu for quick show-histogram, histogram presentation and new Image from display.
6. Click to chose window size adaptation, fit the image within the window size or not. If the image is bigger than the window size a hand-cursor for moving the selection is displayed
7. Click to show image history.
    (FFT) Click to switch between single and separated view.
8. Click to switch between normal and inverted mode. 
9. Image size.
10. Object type (mono, hsi, rgb, 8bit, fft, hsifft, rgbfft) windowed object have symbol surrounded by a rectangle.
11. Object nr
12. Info text
13. Parent object nr

Preview Synchronization

Make preview on big images fast and easy with a synchronized preview box placed on the original image.
The preview area can be resized and moved around.

Stack from video

1. Video size (width x height)
2. Frame selection slider
3. Total frames in video
4. Start frame
5. End frame
6. Playback delay time (ms)
7. Click to select looped play mode
8. Click to Play/Stop
9. Current frame nr
10. Image type when making a stack/frame
11. Make image from current frame
12. Make stack from selected range

Script from history

You can create script code from a sequence of operation, and attach the code to a custom button in the script tab.

Object history

ImageLab keeps track of object history, also when saving.

Stack mode - Multi view

1. Click to switch to single view
2. Selected frame(element) / Total frames(elements)
3. See object presentation window (4)
4. See object presentation window (5)
5. See object presentation window (7)
6. Nr of columns to view
7. Selected frame(element) size (width x height)

Image Window Synchronization

Link multiple object presentations to synchronize window size, zoom level, view and cursor position
 Doesn't have to be same color or stack type.

Stack mode - Single view

1. Click to switch to multi view
2. Current frame(element) nr / Total frames(elements)
3. Zoom factor
4. See object presentation window (2)
5. See object presentation window (3)
6. See object presentation window (4)
7. See object presentation window (5)
8. See object presentation window (6)
9. See object presentation window (7)
10. Click to choose slide show mode
11. Transition effect for slide show mode
12. Relative position of shown object in stack, slide to chose
13. Click to Play/Stop
14. Click to select looped play mode

Stack quick menu

Use right mouse button to access the stack quick menu with the most common stack commands.

Magnifying glass

Use the built-in magnifying glass to inspect details

Detailed FFT Info

Examine the FFT in detail.

Simple object quick menu

Use right mouse button to access the object quick menu with the most common commands.