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Interpolate / polarize Images in OpenCV

asked 2013-03-25 07:25:42 -0600

Jack Chung gravatar image


I would appreciate it if someone could inform me if I can process images with OpenCV.

I want to give 1 video as archive and I need to decrease the screen, but it probably will get bad pixels and without focus, then I need to interpolate/polarize the image, can I do that with OpenCV?

Thank you. Regards, Jack.

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answered 2013-03-25 08:13:32 -0600

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OpenCV is for computer vision, aka automatic object detection and classification, object tracking, etc.

You can do photo/video editing with it, but there are tools that are much better fitted for this job - much easier to use, and more flexible. ffmpeg is a good command-line tool for simple tasks like splitting/merging/re-encoding, and many other visual tools for a myriad applications.

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