Enhanced video browsing using automatically extracted audio excerpts

Abstract

We present a method for rapidly and robustly extracting audio excerpts without the overhead of speech recognition or speaker segmentation. An immediate application is to automatically augment keyframe-based video summaries with informative audio excerpts associated with the video segments represented by the keyframes. Short audio clips combined with keyframes comprise an extremely lightweight and web-browsable interface for auditioning video or similar media, without using bandwidth-intensive streaming video or audio.

DOI: 10.1109/ICME.2002.1035604

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@inproceedings{Foote2002EnhancedVB, title={Enhanced video browsing using automatically extracted audio excerpts}, author={Jonathan Foote and Matthew L. Cooper and Lynn Wilcox}, booktitle={ICME}, year={2002} }