• Computer Science
  • Published 2007

A framework for video annotation, visualization, and interaction

@inproceedings{Salesin2007AFF,
  title={A framework for video annotation, visualization, and interaction},
  author={David Salesin and Brian Curless and Daniel Goldman},
  year={2007}
}
Existing approaches to interaction with digital video are complex, and some operations lack the immediacy of interactive feedback. In this thesis, I present a framework for video annotation, visualization, and interaction that harnesses computer vision to aid users in understanding and commu nicating with digital video. I first review the literature concerning visual representations, navigation, and manipulation of video data, and explore the literature of professional film editing, summarizing… CONTINUE READING

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