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I didn't do this before so I am not sure what's the easiest way to do it.

But I find someone did the same thing as you want to do, you can reference here and use his code.

I didn't do this before so I am not sure what's the easiest way to do it.

But I find found someone did the same thing as you want to do, you can reference here and use his code.

I didn't do this before so I am not sure what's the easiest way to do it.Use pointcloud_to_pcd stated in pcl_ros.

But You're able to visualize the points cloud with rviz, so I found someone did assumed that you know which topic are transmitting the same thing as pointcloud you want to do, you can reference here and use his code.need.

It's easy to store the pointcloud to a pcd file by running

rosrun pcl_ros pointcloud_to_pcd input:=<your target topic name>


If the data in <your target="" topic="" name=""> is valid pointcloud data, this executable will automatically save the pointcloud to a pcd file.

Use pointcloud_to_pcd stated in pcl_ros.

You're able to visualize the points cloud with rviz, so I assumed that you know which topic are transmitting the pointcloud you need.

It's easy to store the pointcloud to a pcd file by running

rosrun pcl_ros pointcloud_to_pcd input:=<your target topic name>


If the data in <your target="" topic="" name=""> "your target topic name" is valid pointcloud data, this executable will automatically save the pointcloud to a pcd file.

Use pointcloud_to_pcd stated in pcl_ros.

You're able to visualize the points cloud with rviz, so I assumed that you know which topic are is transmitting the pointcloud you need.

It's easy to ZYou can store the pointcloud to a pcd file by simply running

rosrun pcl_ros pointcloud_to_pcd input:=<your target topic name>


If the data in "your target topic name" is valid pointcloud data, this executable will automatically save the pointcloud to a pcd file.

Use pointcloud_to_pcd stated in pcl_ros.

You're able to visualize the points cloud with rviz, so I assumed that you know which topic is transmitting the pointcloud you need.

ZYou You can store the pointcloud to a pcd file by simply running

rosrun pcl_ros pointcloud_to_pcd input:=<your target topic name>


If the data in "your target topic name" is valid pointcloud data, this executable will automatically save the pointcloud to a pcd file.