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  1. #1 split R3D files into high-resolution frames 
    Hello,

    we nicely obtained R3D video files using our new RED WEAPON.
    We would like to do image processing using MATLAB of Mathworks.
    Hence a question, how can I split the R3D video files into high-resolution frames?

    Best regards,

    Marcel
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    What kind of frames do you want?

    Single frames r3d raw? Or TIF or what format?

    You can use rcxp to do both. Or any program that can open r3ds, including psd with the red plugin.

    https://www.red.com/downloads/508ebcee17ef022b21000558
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    Thanks.
    I will use rcxp to prepare both kinds of single frames.
    For me it is important that Matlab recognizes their format which should be of high resolution.


    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    What kind of frames do you want?

    Single frames r3d raw? Or TIF or what format?

    You can use rcxp to do both. Or any program that can open r3ds, including psd with the red plugin.

    https://www.red.com/downloads/508ebcee17ef022b21000558
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcel Verduyn View Post
    we nicely obtained R3D video files using our new RED WEAPON. We would like to do image processing using MATLAB of Mathworks. Hence a question, how can I split the R3D video files into high-resolution frames?
    What exactly are you trying to do with Matlab? What will be the ultimate goal of the image processing?
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    Hi Marc,
    the R3D files are made of an experiment with bubbles in a liquid. We want to analyze how the bubbles change in size in the course of time.

    I can read a single R3D file into rcxp and generate frames. It is important to be able to automate this (choose an R3D file or files, define the times, generate the frames).


    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wielage View Post
    What exactly are you trying to do with Matlab? What will be the ultimate goal of the image processing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcel Verduyn View Post
    Hello,

    we nicely obtained R3D video files using our new RED WEAPON.
    We would like to do image processing using MATLAB of Mathworks.
    Hence a question, how can I split the R3D video files into high-resolution frames?

    Best regards,

    Marcel
    Use REDline.

    On OSX or Linux, type "REDline --help" from the command line. You can find the options you need to have it select, scale, crop, output whatever your automation harness wants to automate.
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    set in out point in RCXP then export as image sequence at wanted resolution. Then you get a sequence of still frames and you can have them with source TC in the name so you also can backtrack form where you got them.
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