6 March 2015 On-line content creation for photo products: understanding what the user wants
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This paper describes how videos can be implemented into printed photo books and greeting cards. We will show that – surprisingly or not- pictures from videos are similarly used such as classical images to tell compelling stories.

Videos can be taken with nearly every camera, digital point and shoot cameras, DSLRs as well as smartphones and more and more with so-called action cameras mounted on sports devices. The implementation of videos while generating QR codes and relevant pictures out of the video stream via a software implementation was contents in last years’ paper. This year we present first data about what contents is displayed and how the users represent their videos in printed products, e.g. CEWE PHOTOBOOKS and greeting cards. We report the share of the different video formats used.
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Reiner Fageth, Reiner Fageth, "On-line content creation for photo products: understanding what the user wants", Proc. SPIE 9408, Imaging and Multimedia Analytics in a Web and Mobile World 2015, 94080G (6 March 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2086907; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2086907


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