Shot type identification of movie content

@article{Cherif2007ShotTI,
  title={Shot type identification of movie content},
  author={Ines Cherif and Vassilios Solachidis and Ioannis Pitas},
  journal={2007 9th International Symposium on Signal Processing and Its Applications},
  year={2007},
  pages={1-4}
}
This paper aims at providing a quantitative description of shot types commonly used in movie productions. Only qualitative descriptions are available in the literature and even these are subject to various naming conventions. A vocabulary is fixed and human body-based rules are defined to extract the shot types. A database was generated with a set of samples labeled by cinematography experts. The proposed approach was tested on the set of samples providing promising results. 

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