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Images saved in png are completely different with what I get from using images
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I have two matrixes which the pixel value of one of them is 0, 1, ,2, 3. When I save them with the code below I get a copmletely black image while I can see the image as below when I use imagesc in matlab to see the image.
destdirectory = '/Users/good';
%mkdir(destdirectory); %create the directory
thisimage = 'first.png';
fulldestination = fullfile(destdirectory, thisimage); %name file relative to that directory
for another image, the pixel values include NaN, 0, 3, 2.12334 and I saw the image that is saved is completely differnt with what I see when I use imagesc. The first image below is what I see by imagesc and the second one is what I see after I save it. I am intersted to save it exactly as I see in imagesc.
Thank you for your help.
Prathamesh Degwekar on 21 May 2019
When you write an image in the "png" format, the data in it changes for the sake of compression, etc. Thus the data in it is different.
Imagesc looks at the data and displays it as a colourmap, as explained in the link below.
Thus the data stored in the two files/matrices would be different due to the changes that the "png" file format requires.
If you want to save it exactly as you see it, try using bitmap ("bmp") file format or "raw" format to store your image.
Hope this helps.