[3dem] file conversion

Marin van Heel marin.vanheel at googlemail.com
Fri Jan 18 09:10:12 PST 2013

The em2em software, either integrated in the IMAGIC 4D system, or as a 
stand-alone program (free download from www.image-science.de) will 
convert the TIA/.emi format to all other current EM formats including 
16-bit TIFF.  As far as I know the digital micrograph format .3dm is 
proprietary/undisclosed so may not be generated directly from the em2em 



On 18-Jan-13 4:11 AM, aaron smith wrote:
> Hello,
> Does anyone know of software that would be useful for converting a 
> .emi file into a different file extension? Specifically I would like 
> to convert the .emi files into .dm3 files for digital micrograph. The 
> normal software I use does not support  .emi files. Thanks for the advice.
>                                              Aaron Smith
> Zhang lab
>                                                                                                  University 
> of Pittsburgh
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