Save- path for image using the function "imwrite()"

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Hi
when I use the imshow() function, I know that I have the image that I want to display in one of the files in the *MATLAB path.
For instance, when I take a picture with my webcam, I want to save it by using imwrite.
where has the image been written to?
Matar Maoz

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 13 Feb 2011
The image gets written to the current directory by default. You can specify an explicit path when you imwrite()
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 14 Feb 2011
Sounds like you may have switched directories between.

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Jan
Jan on 13 Feb 2011
IMWRITE writes to the current folder, so these two commands are equivalent:
image = rand(100, 100, 3);
imwrite(image, 'File.png')
imwrite(image, fullfile(cd, 'File.png'))
The later method can be used to specifiy the wanted directory.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 21 Jul 2016
if ~isempty(R) && ndims(R) < 4 && (isnumeric(R) || islogical(R))
disp('R contains an image');
end
Or did you mean that R contains the name of a file that contains an image?
if exist(R, 'file')
try
imfinfo(R);
%if we got here then R does name an image. So for some reason now we are supposed to display a different image
imshow(image2);
catch
%R names a file that is not an image
end
else
%R does not name a file
end

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