Scene Change Detection for H . 264 Using Dynamic Threshold Techniques

@inproceedings{Dimou2005SceneCD,
  title={Scene Change Detection for H . 264 Using Dynamic Threshold Techniques},
  author={Anastasios Dimou and Olivia Nemethova and Markus Rupp},
  year={2005}
}
Several scene-change detection algorithms have been proposed in literature up to now. Most of them use fixed thresholds for the similarity metrics used to decide if there was a change or not. These thresholds are obtained by empirically or they must be calculated before the detection after the whole sequence is obtained. Performance of most scene change detectors decreases considerably for videos with high scene complexity and variation. In this paper, we review previous works in this area, and… CONTINUE READING
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