Real-time shot detection based on motion analysis and multiple low-level techniques

@inproceedings{Cuevas2010RealtimeSD,
  title={Real-time shot detection based on motion analysis and multiple low-level techniques},
  author={Carlos Cuevas and Narciso Garc{\'i}a},
  booktitle={Visual Information Processing},
  year={2010}
}
To index, search, browse and retrieve relevant material, indexes describing the video content are required. Here, a new and fast strategy which allows detecting abrupt and gradual transitions is proposed. A pixel-based analysis is applied to detect abrupt transitions and, in parallel, an edge-based analysis is used to detect gradual transitions. Both analysis are reinforced with a motion analysis in a second step, which significantly simplifies the threshold selection problem while preserving… CONTINUE READING
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