PIVlab 1.4

I just uploaded the 1.4 release (compatible with R2014b and earlier). Download it here:
PIVlab1.4

PIVlab is now also available as 'App'. You can install it in Matlab by double-clicking on 'PIVlab.mlappinstall'.

Features:
  • MATLAB R2014b compatibility (yaay!)
  • Backwards compatible (the oldest version I could test is R2011a, but it should also work with much older releases)
  • Improved speed of FFT and the spline window deformation (due to some changes in R2014b)
  • Speed testing tool (run Testspeed.m to benchmark your hardware)
  • New default colormap Parula
  • Packaged app makes installation and execution simpler
  • Several minor fixes / improvements

Comments

  1. Hi,

    I'm not sure if its just me not being able to find it or that this function is unavailable/impossible.

    Is it possible to set PIVlab to go through one more pass near the edges of the mask, in order to get a better resolution near curved edges, while also not using too much time on going through such a small interrogation area over the entire frame?

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  2. Hi,
    Your GUI is very helpful for me, can you improve the code changing the way to input the velocity limits? I'd like to write them directly, drawing the rectangle I cannot be so specify. Thank you.

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