Programming Language: C++ (Cpp)

Namespace/Package Name: cv

Class/Type: Mat

Method/Function: reshape

Examples at hotexamples.com: 29

The cv::Mat is a matrix data structure used in OpenCV library to store and manipulate image data. The reshape function is used to change the shape and size of matrices. It reshapes a matrix to a new size without changing any data, but simply reinterpreting the matrix header.

Here are some examples of how to use the cv::Mat reshape function in C++:

Example 1:

cv::Mat img = cv::imread("image.png");

cv::Mat img_reshape = img.reshape(0, 1);

This example reads an image into a cv::Mat object and then uses the reshape function to convert the matrix into a row vector.

Example 2:

cv::Mat mat(2, 4, CV_32FC1);

cv::Mat mat_reshape = mat.reshape(0, 1);

This example creates a 2x4 matrix of float values, and then reshapes it into a row vector.

Package library : OpenCV (cv::Mat)

Here are some examples of how to use the cv::Mat reshape function in C++:

Example 1:

cv::Mat img = cv::imread("image.png");

cv::Mat img_reshape = img.reshape(0, 1);

This example reads an image into a cv::Mat object and then uses the reshape function to convert the matrix into a row vector.

Example 2:

cv::Mat mat(2, 4, CV_32FC1);

cv::Mat mat_reshape = mat.reshape(0, 1);

This example creates a 2x4 matrix of float values, and then reshapes it into a row vector.

Package library : OpenCV (cv::Mat)

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