Downloads:

OsiriX requires MacOS 10.8 or higher
and a minimum of 2GB of RAM - 6GB recommended


What's new in version 5.9?

  • 45 improvements including:
    • Faster database I/O
    • Automatic CMOVE detection on port 11112
    • Better image scaling (protocols, window resizing)
    • Faster 2D Viewer loading on multiple processors hardware
    • Weasis 1.2.9
    • Better printing (image size)
    • JPEG-LS support in WADO
    • Better LibreOffice support
    • Database toolbar button to export all ROIs & Key images as a SC series
    • Edit full screen short keys (Preferences->Hot Keys)
    • Better support for Pages 5.2, including options to export ROIs and Key images.
    • Better support for corrupted DICOM files.
  • 23 reproductible bugs corrected
  • 17 reproductible crashes corrected


OsiriX Software

OsiriX MD 64-bit, FDA-Cleared / CE for medical imaging, including primary diagnosis:
OsiriX MD

here
OsiriX 64-bit version, get rid of the 'not enough memory' messages:

here
Download the OsiriX 32-bit, free version: OsiriX.dmg


here

Download the OsiriX application for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad: OsiriX Mobile
(Online Manual)

here
Download the OsiriX QuickLook plugin: OsiriXQuickLookInstaller.pkg.zip

This QuickLook plugin allows to display DICOM files directly in the Finder.

here


Extra-Files and Examples

For Developers

Learn & Download the complete source code of OsiriX: OsiriX Developers Site

Did you encounter a bug? Want to report this bug?
Read this document for a crash on MacOS.

Read this document for a crash on iPhone/iPad.

And send it to: pixmeo@pixmeo.com


System requirements
- MacOS X 10.8 or higher.
- Intel processor
For best performance:
- 6 GB of RAM if you plan to open more than 800 images (CT & MRI, PET-CT).
- 8 GB of RAM for more than 1500 images (multi-slice CT & PET-CT) with OsiriX-64 bit.
- 12 GB of RAM for more than 3000 images (cardiac or functional imaging) with OsiriX-64 bit.

Distribution

- OsiriX is a MacOS X only application.
- OsiriX is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
- OsiriX source code is available for anyone.