Hey Jesse, I looked up and down the file exchange for something called CompressLib. I tried searches for: convert, compress, structures, binary, tcp, bytes, variables, and the like. Is CompressLib still on the exchange?
Kevin, I was planning as much, but then I was going to ask if you knew if it was possible to... do exactly what Jesse has suggested. Thank you Jesse. I will check out CompressLib and see if the combination works for what I need.
I just downloaded your code, but I haven't had a chance to run it yet. I noticed in the description, you specifically say that it does not work on structures. Do you have plans to update this to send and receive structures?
This is a great code, thank you! But what is the fps rate of the mpg video? I assumed it was 30fps, however, the videos are always quick that they are suppose to be. i.e. I put in 5 seconds of data (at 30 Hz) and the video is then 7/8 seconds long.
This is a really good submission, thanks!
I was able to add a predefined style 'Warnings' by
a. adding a 'Warnings' entry in the validStyles cell (after the 'Errors' entry) in function processStyleInfo,
b. changing the subsequent 'elseif mathces < 8' to 'elseif matches < 9' and
c. changing the following 'requestedColor = colors(matches-7,:);' to 'requestedColor = colors(matches-8,:);'.
It seems to be working fine so far.
Package is quite useful. If it was not using variable transfer based on files but direct memory, then it would have been much more useful. Currently it takes a while for the parallel processes to start, since there is a large overhead
An interesting exploration into the inner workings of MATLAB, beautifully explained by the author on his blog. I particularly like the innovative use of RGB values as the unique color strings, that allows any color to be displayed. (Great blog too!)