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Review Of Video Synopsis Approaches

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AUTHOR(S)

Jeeshna P. V., Kuttimalu V. K.

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Video synopsis; Frame; Object; Action synopsis; Object Movement Synopsis

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT: Video synopsis is the process of preserving key activities and eliminates the less important parts to create a short video summary of long original videos. These techniques are used for fast browsing, ectracting big data, effective storing and indexing. The video synopsis techniques are broadly classified into two types: object based approaches and frame based approaches. But these approaches cannot handle the complexity of the dynamic videos. In object movement method focus on the movements of a single video object, and remove the redundancies present in the object movement, it helps to generate the more compact and efficient video synopsis. Video synopsis is the most popular research in computer graphics and computer vision area and several researches started on this area. Naturally this is not a complete review of the entire video synopsis techniques. In this review focuses some of the video synopsis techniques.

 

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