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A new approach for the compensation of temporal brightness variations (commonly referred to as flicker) in archived film sequences is presented. The proposed method uses fundamental principles of photographic image registration to provide adaptation to temporal and spatial variations of picture brightness. The main novelty of this work is the use of spatial(More)
This paper presents an adaptation of the exemplar-based inpainting process for image sequences. The aimed application is digital restoration of old movies, and particularly scratch removal, which still remains an unsolved problem. Most of the current correction methods act frame by frame and fail to preserve the temporal coherences of the processed movies.(More)
We present an algorithm suitable for the compensation of flicker in archived film sequences. The proposed method is a substantial improvement over our previous work which adopted a nonlinear approach to flicker compensation motivated by fundamental principles of photographic image registration. The improvements include reliability weighting, spatial(More)
We present a novel approach for the compensation of temporal brightness variations (commonly referred to as flicker) in archived film sequences. The proposed method is motivated by fundamental principles of photographic image registration and provides a substantial level of adaptation to temporal but also spatial variations of picture brightness.(More)
— We present a novel approach for the compensation of temporal brightness variations (commonly referred to as flicker) in archived film sequences. The proposed method 1 is motivated by fundamental principles of photographic image registration and provides a substantial level of adaptation to temporal but also spatial variations of picture brightness.(More)
A new nonlinear method for the compensation of temporal brightness variations (commonly referred to as flicker) in archived film sequences is presented. The proposed method<sup>1</sup> is motivated by fundamental principles of photographic image registration and provides a substantial level of adaptation to temporal but also spatial variations of picture(More)
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