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Frame rate conversion of videos in simulink

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1,329 words with 2 Comments; publish: Tue, 06 May 2008 20:06:00 GMT; (20046.88, « »)

Hi everybody,

I have a video file in 'avi' format and its original frame rate

is 30fps (frames per second). By using this file I want to obtain a

new video with a frame rate of 60fps.

Of course, for performing this frame conversion job I have to create

30 new frames in each second and then insert these new frames between

the existing frames. Assuming that creation of new frames are

succusfully performed by any known algorithm, how can I insert them

into the existing video and obtain a new video file with a frame rate

of 60fps.

Thanks for your help...

Note: I am using MATLAB 7, and trying to this work by using Simulink.

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    • Use aviread('fileName.avi',startFrameNum) to load your movie to matlab,

      then use addframe(newFile,frameNum) function to add your frames. You

      can make a loop that adds the frames one by one...

      Hope it heleped,

      Regards,

      #1; Tue, 06 May 2008 20:07:00 GMT
    • Thank you very much for your help...

      Best Regards,

      Umit

      ziki wrote:

      >

      > Use aviread('fileName.avi',startFrameNum) to load your movie to

      > matlab,

      > then use addframe(newFile,frameNum) function to add your frames.

      > You

      > can make a loop that adds the frames one by one...

      > Hope it heleped,

      > Regards,

      >

      #2; Tue, 06 May 2008 20:08:00 GMT