Mayam is a cross platform DICOM workstation created using the dcm4che 2.x toolkit. The 2.0 release has been rewritten from ground to be faster and provide a platform for the future. (The last release was Mayam 0.9 which used the 1.x toolkit). Also the UI has been harmonised with Oviyam 2.0.
Mayam 2.0 Beta1 - Sourceforge.net - Download link
- Vertical and Horizontal flip.
- Left and Right rotate.
- Display scout lines.
- Stack navigation using the mouse.
- Reload image.
- Series synchronisation.
- Text Overlay.
- Open multiple series for comparison (Image Layout).
- Open multiple images for comparison (Tile Layout)
- Fast Window level & Window width adjustment.
- Preset WL/WW values.
- Pan & zoom.
- Horizontal & vertical flip
- left & right rotate
- Display HU, X, Y values.
- Display Meta-data.
- Annotations: create, move or delete lines, rectangles, circles with measurement and arrows.
- Loop (Cine loop).
- Export single or series of images as DICOM or JPEG formats.
- Display image orientation markers
If you have an older version of Mayam installed, before running it for the first time, please delete the Mayam folder from the following location depending upon OS
Linux - /home/user/.Mayam
Mac - /Users/user/Library/Application Support/Mayam
Windows - Start -> Run -> %AppData% -> .Mayam
Functionality planned for in future versions
Also do checkout Oviyam 2.0 Beta 2 & iOviyam 2.0 for mobile devices Beta 1, which have just been released.
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There are two warn messages:
As I said before the parameters are correct, I am using the same parameter to connect using Mayam0.9 and other DICOM viewers
Ok I got it working. The problem is due to a small bug in Mayam 2.0. Basically if you change the AE Title of Listener the system fails to update. So although it shows the new AE Title, it always use MAYAM as Listener AE Title.