Hi Michael, that’s great that you are excited about napari and giving a try! I’ll try and answer your questions below
Not yet, but this is definitely something we want to support soon. Do you want cropping functionality? So say you have a
[100, 512, 512] volume you could have 3 sliders that would “crop” the rendered volumes, say to do something like render only the first 50 slices making a
[50, 512, 512] volume. We definitely have plans to support this. Or are you more interested in mixed 2D and 3D rendering - see issue 639? I’d like to get working on both these features fairly soon and will update this thread when we have something. Also if you can provide more detail around functionality that you want here feel free to open a new issue directly on the repo or respond here to this message. Example use cases / screenshots from other tools are always appreciated too.
Not yet either. We will also provide this eventually, but havn’t gotten around to it yet. Right now you’re probably best grabbing the image array data directly from the
layer.data property and then using imageio.imwrite or skimage.io.imsave directly. You can do this from the napari console where you have access to the
viewer object. In the future this sort of functionality will be accessible via drop down menus / dialog boxes, but we aren’t there yet.
napari -h or
napari --help on the command line should list the current command line options.
Hope this helps, and feel free to ask more questions as they come up!!