ViSP  2.6.2

Images grabbing example with the vpDiskGrabber class.

* $Id: manGrabDisk.cpp 3619 2012-03-09 17:28:57Z fspindle $
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* Description:
* Images grabbing example.
* Authors:
* Anthony Saunier
* Fabien Spindler
#include <visp/vpConfig.h>
#include <visp/vpImage.h>
#include <visp/vpDiskGrabber.h>
int main()
vpImage<unsigned char> I; // Grey level image
// Declare a framegrabber able to read a sequence of successive
// images from the disk
// Set the path to the directory containing the sequence
// Set the image base name. The directory and the base name constitute
// the constant part of the full filename
// Set the step between two images of the sequence
// Set the number of digits to build the image number
// Set the first frame number of the sequence
// Set the file extension of the images of the sequence
// Open the framegrabber by loading the first image of the sequence ;
// this is the loop over the image sequence
for(int cpt = 0; cpt < 100; cpt++)
// read the image and then increment the image counter so that the next
// call to acquire(I) will get the next image
g.acquire(I) ;
return 0;