Before using the display functions, make sure you understand the image types defined by the toolbox. See Display Different Image Types.
||Composite of two images|
||Compare differences between images|
||Display multiple image frames as rectangular montage|
||Make movie from multiframe image|
||Play movies, videos, or image sequences|
||Display image as texture-mapped surface|
To display images of a supported image type, use the
To display multiple images in a single figure window,
imshow function with the MATLAB®
Learn how to display, explore, and process images with the Image Viewer app.
Learn how to display the four fundamental image types
To add a colorbar to an image displayed with
To view reduced-size versions of images in a folder or image datastore, use the Image Browser app.
Learn how to animate image sequences with the Video Viewer app.
To create a MATLAB movie from an image sequence,
Learn how to print images from the figure window and using the Image Viewer.
Set Image Processing Toolbox™ preferences to control how images are displayed on your screen.
Use the Volume Viewer app to explore 3-D volumetric data interactively.
The Image Processing Toolbox software includes
two display functions,
that optimize the image display.
The Image Processing Toolbox software supports four fundamental image types: binary, indexed, grayscale, and truecolor.
An image sequence is a collection of images related by time, such as frames in a movie, or by spatial location, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) slices.