|From:||Daniel J Sebald|
|Subject:||Re: usage of imread.m in octave|
|Date:||Thu, 15 Jul 2004 15:22:56 -0500|
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Ole Jacob Hagen wrote:
Hi, Daniel.I've tried that one (imshow(r,g,b)), but the image doesn't appear in colours, just greyscale.
In tinkering with the imshow() command and some gnuplot stuff, I see that the current imshow *does* support color images, sort of. It creates a colormap, or indexed, image with a huge palette. (Rather inefficient.) However, something still isn't exactly correct because I see a white strip half way along the bottom row of pixels. Not worth worrying about, as color components is a better approach.
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