Computer Vision System Toolbox
Computer Vision System Toolbox provides algorithms and tools for video processing. You can read and write from common video formats, apply common video processing algorithms such as deinterlacing and chroma-resampling, and display results with text and graphics burnt into the video. Video processing in MATLAB uses System objects™, which avoids excessive memory use by streaming data for processing one frame at a time.
Computer Vision System Toolbox can read and write multimedia files in a wide range of formats, including AVI, MPEG, and WMV. You can stream video to and from MMS sources over the Internet or a local network. You can acquire video directly from web cameras, frame grabbers, DCAM-compatible cameras, and other imaging devices using Image Acquisition Toolbox™. Simulink users can use the MATLAB workspace as a video source or sink.
The system toolbox includes a video viewer that lets you:
Adding graphics to video helps with visualizing extracted information or debugging a system design. You can insert text to display the number of objects or to keep track of other key information. You can insert graphics, such as markers, lines, and polygons to mark found features, delineate objects, or highlight other key features. The system toolbox fuses text and graphics into the image or video itself rather than maintaining a separate layer. You can combine two video sources in a composite that can highlight objects or a key region.