13 March 1996 I/Browse: the Bellcore video library tool kit
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I/Browse: The Bellcore Video Library Toolkit is a set of tools for constructing and browsing libraries of digital video. The toolkit is designed to work with video libraries on local or network disks, CD-ROMs or a multimedia sever. There are three main components, a preprocessor, a tagger, and a browser. Particular attention is focused on the tools and techniques we have developed to rapidly tag videos. The tagging system allows text fields, type information, and other resources to be associated with frames in the video. The tags are further organized into a hierarchical 'table of contents', which is suitable for browsing and searching.
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Paul England, Paul England, Robert B. Allen, Robert B. Allen, Mark Sullivan, Mark Sullivan, Andrew Heybey, Andrew Heybey, Mike Bianchi, Mike Bianchi, Apostolos Dailianas, Apostolos Dailianas, } "I/Browse: the Bellcore video library tool kit", Proc. SPIE 2670, Storage and Retrieval for Still Image and Video Databases IV, (13 March 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.234803; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.234803


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