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how do i convert a .mat file to .ctc file?

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Elena Dominguez
Elena Dominguez on 23 Aug 2016
Closed: MATLAB Answer Bot on 20 Aug 2021
I am using a program called Catalytic to fix video tracking errors and in order to use it I need to convert my files to .ctc. I was told to use: ctcFileFromMotrFiles(<ctcFileName>, videoFileName,<motrTrackFileName>, pxPerMm) but I have no idea what this means or how to do it. Keep in mind I know nothing of Matlab. I fill in the href = ""</a> with the file names and its telling me either I can't use "_" or "unexpected matlab operator". What shall I do?

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Natch Ruengsakulrach
Natch Ruengsakulrach on 1 Sep 2016
Unfortunately, there is currently no built-in function that converts from “.mat” to “.ctc”, so you will either need to look that up on File Exchange or write your own function. However, just in case you find it useful, there is a way to convert “.mat” to other formats such as “.txt” and “.csv” using “dlmwrite” and “csvwrite”, respectively.
You may need to ask the author of this submission regarding the usage of “ctcFileFromMotrFiles”.

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