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scene detection December 12, 2006

Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
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scene detection is a tool to automatically detect scene changes in pre-recorded video and generate automatic chapter markers for quick navigation.

scene detection is written in Java and relies on a somewhat modified version of Dan O’Sullivan’s vxp library for pixel-level video access.

what can you do with it – chop up your favorite movie and watch it in an entirely new way, analyze the director’s version, see patterns in the movie by way of indexed and abridged scenes without all the “fluff” in between.

grab a copy a Leron’s Crib.

Requiem JumpCut is a good example and can be viewed here:
http://itp.nyu.edu/~ajs510/blog/archives/video_sensing/

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