Video Shot Boundary Detection Algorithm

Abstract

We present a newly developed algorithm for automatically segmenting videos into basic shot units. A basic shot unit can be understood as an unbroken sequence of frames taken from one camera. At first we calculate the frame difference by using the local histogram comparison, and then we dynamically scale the frame difference by Log-formula to compress and enhance the frame difference. Finally we detect the shot boundaries by the newly proposed shot boundary detection algorithm which it is more robust to camera or object motion, and many flashlight events. The proposed algorithms are tested on the various video types and experimental results show that the proposed algorithm are effective and reliably detects shot boundaries.

DOI: 10.1007/11949619_35

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@inproceedings{Ko2006VideoSB, title={Video Shot Boundary Detection Algorithm}, author={Kyong-Cheol Ko and Young Min Cheon and Gye-Young Kim and Hyung-Il Choi and Seong-Yoon Shin and Yang-Won Rhee}, booktitle={ICVGIP}, year={2006} }