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The DicomAnonymizerTool is a command-line program that processes a single file or a tree of directories using pipeline stages like those in CTP. It contains a DicomFilter, a DicomPixeAnonymizer, and a DicomAnonymizer. Each of the stages can be enabled, disabled, or configured through command-line parameters.

The installer for the program can be obtained at http://mirc.rsna.org/download/DicomAnonymizerTool.jar.

To install the program, run the installer and select a directory. The installer will create a subdirectory called DicomAnonymizerTool in the selected directory and place all the necessary files in it.

The program runs on Java 7 or better, including Java 9 and 10.

To run the program, open a command window in the program's directory and run the program from the command line.

If the program is run with no command-line parameters, it will list help information and information about the configuration of the platform on which it is running:

D:\JavaPrograms\DicomAnonymizerTool>java -jar DAT.jar
Usage: java -jar DAT.jar {parameters}
where:
  -in {input} specifies the file or directory to be anonymized
       If {input} is a directory, all files in it and its subdirectories are processed.
  -out {output} specifies the file or directory in which to store the anonymized file or files.
       If -out is missing and -in specifies a file, the anonymized file is named {input}-an.
       If -out is missing and -in specifies a directory, an output directory named {input}-an is created.
       If {output} is missing and -in specifies a file, the anonymized file overwrites {input}
       If {output} is present and -in specifies a file, the anonymized file is named {output}
       If {output} is present and -in specifies a directory, an output directory named {output} is created.
  -f {scriptfile} specifies the filter script.
       If -f is missing, all files are accepted.
       If {scriptfile} is missing, the default script is used.
  -da {scriptfile} specifies the anonymizer script.
       If -da is missing, element anonymization is not performed.
       If {scriptfile} is missing, the default script is used.
  -p{param} "{value}" specifies a value for the specified parameter.
       {value} must be encapsulated in quotes.
  -e{element} "{script}" specifies a script for the specified element.
       {element} may be specified as a DICOM keyword, e.g. -ePatientName.
       {element} may be specified as (group,element), e.g. -e(0010,0010).
       {element} may be specified as [group,element], e.g. -e[0010,0010].
       {element} may be specified as groupelement, e.g. -e00100010.
       {script} must be encapsulated in quotes.
  -lut {lookuptablefile} specifies the anonymizer lookup table properties file.
       If -lut is missing, the default lookup table is used.
  -dpa {pixelscriptfile} specifies the pixel anonymizer script file.
       If -dpa is missing, pixel anonymization is not performed.
       If {pixelscriptfile} is missing, the default pixel script is used.
  -dec specifies that the image is to be decompressed if the pixel anonymizer requires it.
  -rec specifies that the image is to be recompressed after pixel anonymization if it was decompressed.
  -test specifies that the pixel anonymizer is to blank regions in mid-gray.
  -check {frame} specifies that the anonymized image is to be tested to ensure that the images load.
       If -check is missing, no frame checking is done.
       If {frame} is missing, only the last frame is checked.
       If {frame} is specified as first, only the first frame is checked.
       If {frame} is specified as last, only the last frame is checked.
       If {frame} is specified as all, all frames are checked.
  -n {threads} specifies the number of parallel threads used for processing.
  -v specifies verbose output

Configuration:
os.name:               Windows 10
java.version:          10.0.1
sun.arch.data.model:   64
java.home:             C:\Program Files\Java\jre-10.0.1
clib:                  D:\JavaPrograms\DicomAnonymizerTool\clibwrapper_jiio-1.2-pre-dr-b04.jar
jai:                   D:\JavaPrograms\DicomAnonymizerTool\jai_imageio-1.2-pre-dr-b04.jar
jiio:                  null
jiio sse2:             null
jiio util:             null
ImageIO Tools version: 1.2-pre-dr-b04

This Java does not have the ImageIOTools native code extensions installed.

Available codecs:
R/W BMP
R/W DICOM
R/W GIF
R/W JPEG
R/W JPEG2000
R/W JPG
R/W PCX
R/W PNG
R/W PNM
R/W RAW
R   RLE
R/W TIFF
R/W WBMP