Application of computational media aesthetics methodology to extracting color semantics in film

@inproceedings{Truong2002ApplicationOC,
  title={Application of computational media aesthetics methodology to extracting color semantics in film},
  author={Ba Tu Truong and Svetha Venkatesh and Chitra Dorai},
  booktitle={ACM Multimedia},
  year={2002}
}
Using film grammar as the underpinning, we study the extraction of structures in video based on color using a wide configuration of clustering methods combined with existing and new similarity measures. We study the visualisation of these structures, which we call Scene-Cluster Temporal Charts and show how it can bring out the interweaving of different themes and settings in a film. We also extract color events that filmmakers use to draw/force a viewer's attention to a shot/scene. This is done… CONTINUE READING

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