An effective approach for video condensation by ribbon carving
Keywords:Video digest, ribbon carving, seam carving, video summarization.
The proposed system aims in developing a method to stream video based on time intervals. Regular or irregular sub-sampling is not sufficient for scaling of video in time. Seam carving has been used where an Image can be resized either by inserting or removing pixels. Ribbon carving is an extension of seam carving which resizes the video in temporal direction. The non-parametric kernel model used for background subtraction has been replaced with temporal median filter. It enhances the processing speed and memory allocation has been more efficient, thus reducing the time of video without loss of data.
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