Efficient automatic analysis of camera work and microsegmentation of video using spatiotemporal images

@article{Joly1996EfficientAA,
  title={Efficient automatic analysis of camera work and microsegmentation of video using spatiotemporal images},
  author={Philippe Joly and Hae-Kwang Kim},
  journal={Sig. Proc.: Image Comm.},
  year={1996},
  volume={8},
  pages={295-307}
}
Abstract The shot has been regarded as a fundamental unit for the application of digital manipulation to a video. Various techniques have been developed to detect automatically shot changes. But a sequence shot can be so long and complex that it has to be further decomposed into smaller units for more flexible and detailed manipulation. A sequence shot can be segmented into shot segments, each of which keeps a homogeneous camera motion. Camera work has important significance that reflect the… CONTINUE READING
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