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Region of Interest Encoding in Video Conference Systems

@inproceedings{Bulla2013RegionOI,
  title={Region of Interest Encoding in Video Conference Systems},
  author={Christopher Bulla and C. Feldmann and Martin Schink},
  booktitle={MMEDIA 2013},
  year={2013}
}
In this paper, we present a region of interest encoding system for video conference applications. We will utilize the fact that the main focus in a typical video conference lies upon the participating persons in order to save bit-rate in less interesting parts of the video. A Viola-Jones face detector will be used to detect the regions of interest. Once a region of interest has been detected it will get tracked across consecutive frames. In order to represent the detected region of interests we… Expand
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