An image sequence is a collection of images related by time, such as frames in a movie, or by spatial location, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) slices. Image sequences are also known as image stacks or videos.
You can store an image sequence as a multidimensional array, then display and process the sequence using toolbox functions that can operate on multidimensional arrays. You can also store an image sequence as a collection of individual image files, then process the files using the Image Batch Processor app.
Concatenate individual images in an image sequences into a single multidimensional array for ease of display and processing.
You can animate image sequences using the Video Viewer app. Explore the image sequence with playback, panning, and zooming controls.
This example shows how to use the Image Batch Processor app to perform an operation on a group of images in the same folder.
The MATLAB® MapReduce framework enables you to analyze data sets that do not fit in memory. You can run MapReduce programs in parallel on Hadoop® clusters.