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Fade, dissolve and wipe production in MPEG-2 compressed video

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Original languageEnglish
Pages717 - 727
JournalIEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics
Journal publication dateAug 2000
Volume46
Journal issue3
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StatePublished

Abstract

With the increase of digital technology in video production, several types of complex video special effects editing have begun to appear in video clips. In this paper a novel algorithm is proposed for fade-in, fade-out, dissolve and wipe video special effects editing in compressed video without full frame decompression and motion estimation. DCT coefficients are estimated and use these coefficients together with the existing motion vectors for these special effects editing in compressed domain. Results show that both objective and subjective quality of the edited video in compressed domain closely follows the quality of the edited video in uncompressed video at the same bit rate

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Sponsorship: W. Fernando would like to express his gratitude and sincere appreciation to the University of Bristol and CVCP for providing financial support for this work. Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

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