Compressed-Domain Shot Boundary Detection for H.264/AVC Using Intra Partitioning Maps
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- De Bruyne S., De Cock J., Poppe C., Hollemeersch CF., Lambert P., Van de Walle R. (2011) Compressed-Domain Shot Boundary Detection for H.264/AVC Using Intra Partitioning Maps. In: Lee KT., Tsai WH., Liao HY.M., Chen T., Hsieh JW., Tseng CC. (eds) Advances in Multimedia Modeling. MMM 2011. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 6523. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
In this paper, a novel technique for shot boundary detection operating on H.264/AVC-compressed sequences is presented. Due to new and improved coding tools in H.264/AVC, the characteristics of the obtained sequences differ from former video coding standards. Although several algorithms working on this new standard are already proposed, the presence of IDR frames can still lead to a low accuracy for abrupt transitions. To solve this issue, we present the motion-compensated intra partitioning map which relies on the intra partitioning modes and the motion vectors present in the compressed video stream. Experimental results show that this motion-compensated map achieves a high accuracy and exceeds related work.
KeywordsShot boundary detection video analysis compressed domain H.264/AVC
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