3-DWT Based Motion Suppression for Video Shot Boundary Detection
This paper presents a motion suppression technique for video shot boundary detection based on 3D wavelet transform (3-DWT). Dramatic motion can be characterized in terms of energy and variance, and be differentiated from various video effects. Motion suppression value (MSV), which indicates intensity of motion energy, is extracted and used to suppress motion influence suffered by traditional video shot boundary detection algorithms. Unlike previous methods, our technique is robust to dramatic motion inherent in video sequence, experimental result validates our approach.
KeywordsVideo Sequence Gradual Transition Illumination Change Video Segment Boundary Detection
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