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## Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix

**From**: |
Nicolas Pettiaux |

**Subject**: |
Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix |

**Date**: |
Thu, 8 Feb 2007 17:52:34 +0100 |

2007/2/8, John Swensen <address@hidden>:

I am currently working on a module to capture data from a firewire
camera and returning it to a user in Octave.

this is interesting.
You are piloting the capture directely from within octave then.
I suppose this could also be done for physical data from a USB or
serial connection.
Where can I find such a function or module ?
Thanks,
Nicolas
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Nicolas Pettiaux - email: address@hidden

**Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *John Swensen*, `2007/02/08`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**,
*Nicolas Pettiaux* **<=**
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *Muthiah Annamalai*, `2007/02/08`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *John Swensen*, `2007/02/08`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *John Swensen*, `2007/02/09`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *David Bateman*, `2007/02/09`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *John Swensen*, `2007/02/09`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *John W. Eaton*, `2007/02/09`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *John W. Eaton*, `2007/02/09`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *John Swensen*, `2007/02/09`
**Re: Fast copy of buffer data into a matrix**, *John W. Eaton*, `2007/02/09`