15 April 2010 Real-time shot detection based on motion analysis and multiple low-level techniques
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To index, search, browse and retrieve relevant material, indexes describing the video content are required. Here, a new and fast strategy which allows detecting abrupt and gradual transitions is proposed. A pixel-based analysis is applied to detect abrupt transitions and, in parallel, an edge-based analysis is used to detect gradual transitions. Both analysis are reinforced with a motion analysis in a second step, which significantly simplifies the threshold selection problem while preserving the computational requirements. The main advantage of the proposed system is its ability to work in real time and the experimental results show high recall and precision values.
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Carlos Cuevas, Carlos Cuevas, Narciso García, Narciso García, } "Real-time shot detection based on motion analysis and multiple low-level techniques", Proc. SPIE 7701, Visual Information Processing XIX, 77010X (15 April 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.850809; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.850809
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