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Create an mxArray from cv::gpu::GpuMat object

C++ Syntax

#include "opencvgpumex.hpp"

mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_double(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in);
mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_single(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in);
mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_uint8(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in);
mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_uint16(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in);
mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_uint32(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in);
mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_int8(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in);
mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_int16(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in);
mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_int32(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in);
mxArray * ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat_bool(const cv::gpu::GpuMat & in)



Reference to OpenCV cv::gpu::GpuMat object.


Pointer to a MATLAB® struct, mxArray, containing GPU data. Supported data types:

real_T (double)real32_T (single)uint8_T (uint8)
uint16_T (uint16)uint32_T (uint32)int8_T (int8)
int16_T (int16)int32_T (int32)boolean_T (bool)


The ocvMxGpuArrayFromGpuMat function creates an mxArray from a cv::gpu::GpuMat object. GpuMat supports 2-D arrays only. This function requires the Parallel Computing Toolbox™ software.

Introduced in R2015a