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Instructions for Digitizing Data:

*Folder organization (Specific to Pig Feeding Data):*Each filming session has it's own folder named with the date, the animal(s) filmed, and the letter "F" for feeding (e.g. 20061218SusABF).

  • Within each session folder, there are four sub-folders:
    • *Calibrations:* Has calibrations grids for each camera. Grids for each camera may be in a separate folder. The .tif file with the UNDIST suffix is the undistorted version, and is the one that was used to calculate the DLT coefficients
    • DLTcoefs: Contains the DLT coefficients that are necessary for the Matlab procedure to calculate 3D coordinates. Use the file titled "cal01_DLTcoefs.csv"
    • *Grids:*Contains distorted and undistorted images of distortion grids, as well as the UNDTFORM.mat files for each camera that are used to undistort the distorted calibration grids
    • SusX: A separate folder is created for each animal and each trial. Within each trial folder, there should be two .avi files, one for camera 1 (C001) and one for camera 2 (C002). This is also where 3D digitized data will be saved. It should be saved with the same prefix as the trial name (e.g. 20061218SusBS05-01). Matlab will add on the appropriate suffix and will save four different files for each trial.

*Digitizing (Generalized for all Data Types):*Open Matlab, and in the Command Window run the .mat procedure by typing "XrayProject". A small XrayProject command window will open up.    XrayProject.jpg

Before starting, the proper XrayProject files must be loaded into your version of Matlab.  

Once the XrayProject command window appears (see image)

  1. *UNDTFORM.mat files have already been created, so click that you have these files. If the *UNDTFORM files have not yet been created,click here for instructions.
  2. Undistorted calibration cube images have already been created, so click that you have these files. If undistorted calibration cube images have not been created, click here for instructions.
  3. DLT coefficients have already been created, so click that you have these files. If DLT coefficients have not been created, click here for instructions.
  4. Click "Digitize". The latest version of the DLTdataviewer, DLTdatviewer5x controls will open up
    Running the DLTdataviewer5x controls
  1. Click "Initialize". The control will prompts you for the number of cameras that are being used. For almost all CTX applications, the answer is 2.
  2. You will be prompted for Camera 1 and Camera 2 UNDTFORM files. These will be located in the "Grids" folder described above. There may be separate sub-folders for the two cameras. Make sure to switch to the Camera2 folder when prompted for the Camera 2 UNDTFORM file if there are separate folders.
  3. Next, you will be prompted for two movie files. These are located in the appropriate Trial sub-folder in the SusX main folder. The two videos will appear in the video window.
  4. The program will ask if the cameras are calibrated via DLT. Assuming that they have been created, pick the DLT coefficient file. This is the file "cal01_DLTcoefs.csv" located in the DLT coefs folder (location specific to pig feeding data). You are now ready to digitize.
Digitizing

Digitizing New Data

Digitizing Keyboard Shortcuts

Loading & Continuing Previously Digitized Data

Saving Data 

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Download the VideoCorrection 1.0.0 MATLAB script for undistorting video sequences

Operating C-arm machines during data collection

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