Shot clustering techniques for story browsing

@article{Tavanapong2004ShotCT,
  title={Shot clustering techniques for story browsing},
  author={Wallapak Tavanapong and Junyu Zhou},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Multimedia},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={517-527}
}
Automatic video segmentation is the first and necessary step for organizing a long video file into several smaller units. The smallest basic unit is a shot. Relevant shots are typically grouped into a high-level unit called a scene. Each scene is part of a story. Browsing these scenes unfolds the entire story of a film, enabling users to locate their desired video segments quickly and efficiently. Existing scene definitions are rather broad, making it difficult to compare the performance of… CONTINUE READING
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