Automatic personalized video abstraction for sports videos using metadata

@article{Nitta2008AutomaticPV,
  title={Automatic personalized video abstraction for sports videos using metadata},
  author={Naoko Nitta and Yoshimasa Takahashi and Noboru Babaguchi},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2008},
  volume={41},
  pages={1-25}
}
Video abstraction is defined as creating a video abstract which includes only important information in the original video streams. There are two general types of video abstracts, namely the dynamic and static ones. The dynamic video abstract is a 3-dimensional representation created by temporally arranging important scenes while the static video abstract is a 2-dimensional representation created by spatially arranging only keyframes of important scenes. In this paper, we propose a unified… CONTINUE READING

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