New Slicer user here.
When trying to Load DICOM images, I receive the above error. When the prompt appears (Do you want to try loading anyway?), and I click yes, I get the following error:
“Could not load: 1: Unnamed series as a scalar volume”
I have found a workaround to get the image loaded into the first pane of Slicer (going to top left and clicking the ‘DATA’ icon with the green arrow pointing up), but once the image is loaded, I go to Volume Rendering > then I select the correct VOlume (only one), and click the eye icon to the left of the Volume name. I have done this using other sample DCM images of the same format, and I was able to see and start editing the Display Presets, etc. I was even able to export it, and get it into an STL format ready for 3d printing (we’re 3d printing fetuses if you couldn’t tell lol).
The issue, is after I click the eye icon, the program hangs for about 5 seconds, then completely crashes. I checked the error logs but I don’t understand enough about this program to begin troubleshooting.
Both the Stable release, as well as the Nightly Build (downloaded today, 8/15/18) act exactly the same way through all of the above. I have noticed 0 differences between the two builds.
I’m going to try to upload screenshots, as I want to provide as much info as possible, in hopes that someone (much more knowledgeable than I) could help me out!
The photos are labeled: phase1,2,3, and b-phase1,2,etc.
I’m sure someone will know what I was doing or how I got there better than I.
Again, please help!
And thank you in advance