No installation is required. Just use this link - open a new account on Wakari.io and you’ll have the tutorial in your browser using IPython notebook, based on Numpy/SciPy/Matplotlib/ and our OpenPIV library.
If the online solution on Wakari is not convenient, download the software using the http://www.openpiv.net/downloads.html or using the source code cloning from Github.
How to get support? Where to ask questions? Use one of the following: 1. Use our mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org 2. E-mail to email@example.com 3. Comment on the Github repository or open an issue on Github
We typically answer very quickly on our mailing list. Users that have difficulty to read images or process it, send e-mails like this one:
`Dear Sir/Madam, I am not being able to load images at all. Everytime I try to load an image tif/bmp/etc... I hear a error sound on my mac and thats it. Any advice?`
We usually suggest to have a Dropbox or FTP with a bunch of images (in this particular case it was very helpful to see more than just a first pair, because there is no motion in the first pair).
We got a Dropbox share and the question about our Matlab GUI-based version. So instead of writing back, we shot this screenshot and send back to the user. On the way to the next satisfied OpenPIV user :)