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  octave:> set(obj, "VideoResolution")
 
  octave:> set(obj, "VideoResolution")
 
  ans =
 
  ans =
 
 
     640    480
 
     640    480
 
     160    120
 
     160    120
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  octave:> set(obj, "brightness")
 
  octave:> set(obj, "brightness")
 
  ans =
 
  ans =
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   scalar structure containing the fields:
 
   scalar structure containing the fields:
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     min = 0
 
     min = 0
 
     max =  255
 
     max =  255
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  octave:> image(img)
 
  octave:> image(img)
 
  octave:> imwrite(img, "ex1_a.png")
 
  octave:> imwrite(img, "ex1_a.png")
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  octave:> [img, seq, t] = getsnapshot(obj);
 
  octave:> [img, seq, t] = getsnapshot(obj);
 
  octave:> seq
 
  octave:> seq
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  octave:> t
 
  octave:> t
 
  t =
 
  t =
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   scalar structure containing the fields:
 
   scalar structure containing the fields:
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     tv_sec =  10281
 
     tv_sec =  10281
 
     tv_usec =  779303
 
     tv_usec =  779303
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  $ cd octave-image-acquisition/devel
 
  $ cd octave-image-acquisition/devel
 
  $ make check
 
  $ make check
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  octave -q run_tests.m
 
  octave -q run_tests.m
 
  ../src/__v4l2_handler__.cc........................ PASS 3/3
 
  ../src/__v4l2_handler__.cc........................ PASS 3/3
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  @videoinput/getsnapshot........................... PASS 4/4
 
  @videoinput/getsnapshot........................... PASS 4/4
 
  imaqhwinfo........................................ PASS 1/1
 
  imaqhwinfo........................................ PASS 1/1
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  Summary:
 
  Summary:
 +
 
   PASS  20
 
   PASS  20
 
   FAIL  0
 
   FAIL  0

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