UltraScan II GUI Software Download

In order to use UltraScan II a license key is required which can be obtained through online registration. Please take a moment and register your UltraScan II copy. A license key will be e-mailed to you upon registration. A valid e-mail address is required. All licenses are made available for free and are applicable to academic, non-profit and for-profit commercial use. A free license key can be obtained from this page. Registration is required to document to the funding agencies the use of this software. Your information will not be used for any other purpose, and identifying information will not be disclosed.

The latest version of UltraScan II is 9.9, . The latest version may not be available in binary package form, however, it can always be obtained from the source code archive. Also available is a revision log. Binary packages for several popular platforms are available below:

Architecture Operating System Link Updated on Notes
Linux Linux (64-bit) ultrascan-9.9-1923-linux64.tar.gz June 19, 2022 64-bit architectures only
Linux (32-bit) ultrascan-9.9-1923-linux32.tar.gz June 19, 2022 Runs on both 64-bit and 32-bit machines
Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 ultrascan-9.9-1938-win32-setup.exe June 19, 2022 Runs on both 64-bit and 32-bit machines.

On Windows 7, UltraScan needs to be intalled into the directory:
C:\Program Files\
and not into the default directory C:\Program Files (x86)\ used by Windows 7 for installation of foreign programs.

Macintosh G3/G4,
PPC and Intel
Macintosh OS-X 10.5, 10.6 ultrascan-9.9-1923-MacOSX-10.5.dmg.zip June 19, 2022 Dual Architecture
Apple PowerPC or Intel i386

Prerequsite Software

Linux requires Qt-3.3.x to be installed. Qt is bundled with the Windows and OS-X versions of UltraScan II.

If you do not have Qt-3.3.8b (the latest QT3 distribution) installed on your computer you can download a copy here:

Other Platforms

Other Architecture and Operating Systems may be available for older versions of UltraScan II upon request. Contact Borries Demeler for more information.

Installation Help

Detailed instructions for the UltraScan installation for various platforms can be found at: http://www.ultrascan2.uthscsa.edu/installation.php

Also take a look at the UltraScan Instructional videos, which includes quickstart, installation and configuration help.

Source Code

Source code is available through the subversion source code control system. To check out a current copy of the code, use the following command:

svn co svn://bcf2.uthscsa.edu/ultrascan/trunk ultrascan

The current source can also be viewed at the UltraScan II wiki.