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Click to Move: Controlling Video Generation with Sparse Motion

@article{Ardino2021ClickTM,
  title={Click to Move: Controlling Video Generation with Sparse Motion},
  author={Pierfrancesco Ardino and Marco De Nadai and Bruno Lepri and Elisa Ricci and St{\'e}phane Lathuili{\`e}re},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.08815}
}
This paper introduces Click to Move (C2M), a novel framework for video generation where the user can control the motion of the synthesized video through mouse clicks specifying simple object trajectories of the key objects in the scene. Our model receives as input an initial frame, its corresponding segmentation map and the sparse motion vectors encoding the input provided by the user. It outputs a plausible video sequence starting from the given frame and with a motion that is consistent with… Expand

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