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How to save multiple snapshots in a file?

Asked by MrMedTech on 20 Apr 2016
Latest activity Commented on by MrMedTech on 20 Apr 2016
Hey everyone,
I have a loop within I'm doing round about 100 snapshots and mark them with a rectangle and stuff like that.
Is it possible to save the marked snapshots listed in one file or to create for every start of the program a new folder in which the images are saved?
In advance Phil

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Answer by Walter Roberson
on 20 Apr 2016

basefolder = pwd();
folder_to_save_in = tempname(basefolder);
mkdir(folder_to_save_in);
It is also possible to save all in one file, with some of the image formats. In particular see http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/imwrite.html#btwmoig-1

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Thank you for this quick reply.
Can you tell me how to implement this in my code. I mean, where / how do I have to bring in my snapshot. You just described how to create the saving path?
Thx Phil
So now I got this:) I just took imwrite and gave it the path to my folder. The only mistake I've had is that you have to use '\\' instead of a single slash in your folderpath( I'm using win 7 with matlab 2015b).
So now I can store my stuff but the least problem is, that just my image is stored without the markers.
In my code, I take an image with the webcam, than I calculate some Points und with a plot I mark them with a rectangle and stuff like that. So these markers are just laying 'upon' the image but I want to save the marked image if possible.
Anyone a guess?
Thx

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