After accepting the VivoQuant license, you have the option to choose the install location and components, which allows you to tailor the installation to your specific needs.

Choose Install Location

For the destination folder, it is recommended to keep the default settings. However, if you would like to install multiple versions of VivoQuant on your system, you can choose a different install location here.

Install Location
Install Location

Choose Components

Choose Components
Choose Components
Component Description
Qt libraries Unless you already have Qt installed on your system, it is highly recommended that you use the version coming with VQ.
ImageMagick binaries It installs the IM programs mpeg2encode (required for generation of MPEG movies) and convert (general tool to convert image formats, not required by VQ).
Manual After installation, the manual is available by pressing <F1> on the main VQ screen, or using the Help|Manual menu. Alternatively, you can also find the manual online at
Shortcut on desktop Installs a VQ icon on Windows desktop.
DicomBrowser shortcut on desktop Allows starting of VQ with opened DicomBrowser quickly. Open DICOM data
Add local DICOM folder Adds an example DICOM folder to the list of repositories.
Add DEMO iPACS Allows access to an online PACS system to download example data and share your data with other users.
Add Service iPACS Adds a write-only online PACS system (reading requires password) to allow you to send data to our service engineers.
Enable update check When enabled, VQ regularly checks for the availability of new versions and offers you to download and install them.
See Update Check for details.
Debugging These options allows for debugging issues in VQ.