Layered neural atlases for consistent video editing

  title={Layered neural atlases for consistent video editing},
  author={Yoni Kasten and Dolev Ofri and Oliver Wang and Tali Dekel},
  journal={ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)},
  pages={1 - 12}
We present a method that decomposes, and "unwraps", an input video into a set of layered 2D atlases, each providing a unified representation of the appearance of an object (or background) over the video. For each pixel in the video, our method estimates its corresponding 2D coordinate in each of the atlases, giving us a consistent parameterization of the video, along with an associated alpha (opacity) value. Importantly, we design our atlases to be interpretable and semantic, which facilitatesโ€ฆย 

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