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Scilab Image and Video Processing toolbox

SIVP intends to do image processing and video processing tasks
(14188 downloads for this version - 76618 downloads for all versions)
Details
Version
0.5.3.2-1
Author(s)
Shiqi Yu
Jia Wu
Shulin Shang
Vincent Etienne
Entity
LIAMA - Institute of Automation - Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology
Package maintainers
Pierre Marechal
Allan Cornet
Category
License
Supported Scilab Versions
>= 5.5.1
Creation Date
October 15, 2014
ATOMS packaging system
Available on
How To Install
atomsInstall('SIVP')
Description
Scilab needs a powerful image processing toolbox. SIVP intends to do image processing and video processing tasks. SIVP is meant to be a useful, efficient, and free image and video processing toolbox for Scilab.
Files (5)
[38.52 Mo] SIVP_0.5.3.2-1.bin.x64.windows.zip
Windows version (x64)
Automatically generated by the ATOMS compilation chain

[38.30 Mo] SIVP_0.5.3.2-1.bin.x86_64.linux.tar.gz
Linux version (x86_64)
Automatically generated by the ATOMS compilation chain

[38.31 Mo] SIVP_0.5.3.2-1.bin.i686.linux.tar.gz
Linux version (i686)
Automatically generated by the ATOMS compilation chain

[38.52 Mo] SIVP_0.5.3.2-1.bin.windows.zip
Windows version (i686)
Automatically generated by the ATOMS compilation chain

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Comment from RENETHA Jb -- October 27, 2014, 09:13:49 AM    
Q 1: How to combine SIVP toolbox and SCILAB 0.5.3.2?Where to copy SIVP? How to load it into

Scilab 5.5.1?
Q 2. How to ensure that SIVP toolbox is done in Scilab?
Answer from Syed Nizamuddin Peeran -- March 4, 2015, 04:13:24 PM    
> Q 1: How to combine SIVP toolbox and SCILAB 0.5.3.2?Where to copy SIVP? How to load
it
> into 
> Scilab 5.5.1?
> Q 2. How to ensure that SIVP toolbox is done in Scilab?
--------------------
RENETHA Jb:
Open Scilab and hit >>atomsInstall("SIVP")
It will download and install automatically.
Comment from Tuan Huynh -- November 24, 2014, 04:12:43 PM    
First of all, I would like to say thank you very much for your contribution for Scilab
community. I am using scilab for studying image processing. Currently, I met an issue with
camopen function, and don't know how to solve it. The issue is described as follow:

- In case 1: Laptop Toshiba Satellite, Win-7 (32 bit), Scilab 5.5.1, SIVP-0.5.3.2-1 -->
camopen function is OK (webcam is OK)

- In case 2: Laptop Lenovo Thinkpad, Win-7 (64-bit), Scilab 5.5.1 (64 bit), SIVP-0.5.3.2-1
--> camopen function is OK (webcam displays black screen). I saw that the frames'
values
are 0 that caused the black screen. I also tried Scilab 5.5.1 (32 bit) but I got the same
issue.
Note: I used demo "Grab frames from a camera" for testing webcam.

Is there any ideas for solving this issue?

Thank you so much!
Answer from Syed Nizamuddin Peeran -- March 4, 2015, 04:14:21 PM    
@Tuan Huynh, Am facing the same problem on my desktop with a webcam.
Did you find any solutions? 
Please help me out.
------------------------------------------
> First of all, I would like to say thank you very much for your contribution for 
Scilab
> community. I am using scilab for studying image processing. Currently, I met an 
issue
> with
> camopen function, and don't know how to solve it. The issue is described as follow:
> 
> - In case 1: Laptop Toshiba Satellite, Win-7 (32 bit), Scilab 5.5.1, SIVP-0.5.3.2-1
> -->
> camopen function is OK (webcam is OK)
> 
> - In case 2: Laptop Lenovo Thinkpad, Win-7 (64-bit), Scilab 5.5.1 (64 bit),
> SIVP-0.5.3.2-1
> --> camopen function is OK (webcam displays black screen). I saw that the frames'
> values
> are 0 that caused the black screen. I also tried Scilab 5.5.1 (32 bit) but I got 
the
> same
> issue.
> Note: I used demo "Grab frames from a camera" for testing webcam.
> 
> Is there any ideas for solving this issue?
> 
> Thank you so much!
Comment from Syed Nizamuddin Peeran -- March 4, 2015, 04:11:04 PM    
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Comment from Syed Nizamuddin Peeran -- March 4, 2015, 04:11:27 PM    
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Comment from Kishore Devisetti -- March 11, 2015, 03:45:53 PM    
I was excited to see Scilab freely available on the web. But I couldnt read any images for
image processing. I realized I 
cant use SVIP as I have an Apple Mac. Is there any work around?
Answer from Samuel Gougeon -- March 12, 2015, 03:33:22 PM    
> .../... I realized I cant use SVIP as I have an Apple Mac. Is there any work around?
IPD module looks to support Mac OS: http://atoms.scilab.org/toolboxes/IPD
Comment from Roger Appleby -- July 27, 2015, 12:48:51 PM    
Hi 
Thanks for this nice toolbox I have it installed on my Windows 7 32 bit laptop and my 
Windows 7 64 bit desktop. I noticed that the help files had not installed and on further 
investigation discovered why. If the jar contains a second level directory the same as 
the first it will be corrupt (well at least in windows 7)i.e.

**scilab_en_Us_help.jar (Main-Directory)
    |-scilab_en_Us_help.jar (creates another directory making the file corrupted)**
          |-META-INF (Mandatory)
                   |-MANIFEST.MF (Mandatory Main-class: com.MainClass)
          |-com 
              |-MainClass.class (must to implement the main method, mandatory)
          |-properties files (optional)
          |-etc (optional)

Taken from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7559072/corrupt-jar-file


It needs to have this structure:

scilab_en_Us_help.jar  (Main-Directory)
    |-META-INF (Mandatory)
             |-MANIFEST.MF (Mandatory Main-class: com.MainClass)
    |-com 
         |-MainClass.class (must to implement the main method, mandatory)
    |-properties files (optional)
    |-etc (optional)

I realise the help file is slightly different. I verified this by expanding the jatr with 
7zip and  then recreating it with jar and it then works fine.
Regards 
Roger A.
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