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Saving Matlab movie

Saving Matlab movie

Saving Matlab movie

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Hi all,

May I get help in how to save a Matlab movie?

I can generate a movie by using the following cammands


fig1;
winsize = get(fig1,'Position');
winsize(1:2)=[0 0];
numframes=100;
A=moviein(numframes,fig1,winsize);
set(fig1,'NextPlot','replacechildren')
for i=1:numframes ;
plot(x,u(i,,x,v(i,,'LineWidth',2);
A(:,i)=getframe(fig1,winsize);
end

How to save the resultant movie?


Thak you in adavance.
 

RE: Saving Matlab movie

I don't know what facilities Matlab has.  But if you can play it on your screen there are a variety of free utilities to capture it to AVI file or similar format.   Search at download.com.  I have used the one called "Easy Screen Capture Video"

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