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Quicktime in octave

From: charo
Subject: Quicktime in octave
Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2003 11:34:04 -0400
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I did before this same question and I got some partial answers. Here is the second trial.

I need to read frame by frame some 60 seg quicktime movies. I'll compute the temporal contrast per pixel along the whole sequence. The problem is that I can't read quicktime sequeces with octave. My question, I guess, is whether there is a way to read quicktime format using Octave or whether somebody knows a way to export quicktime movies to a frame by frame format that I can read using Octave (discarding the sound).

Any help with this is truly appreciated.


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