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Re: quicktime in octave

From: Per Persson
Subject: Re: quicktime in octave
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 19:12:43 +0200

AFAIK you there is no way to import/export quicktime movies in octave at present. It would however be a very useful addition.

If all you want to do is read/write movie frames and process them using octave and don't mind some C++ coding, you could (fairly easily) write some .oct functions to read/write frames. Take a look at Apple's quicktime docs/sample code:

(I took a stab at writing quicktime importers/exporters some time ago, and decided that it would be fairly easy but never got the time to actually do it.)


On Friday, July 25, 2003, at 09:59 PM, charo wrote:

I need to process some quicktime movies and I would like to use octave instead of matlab. Is it possible?


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