|Title of host publication||Proc. IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processings|
|Publisher or commissioning body||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)|
|Publication date||Sep 1999|
|Pages||259 - 264|
|Conference||3rd IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing|
|Period||1/09/99 → …|
Content based indexing and retrieval of video is becoming increasingly important in many applications. Identifying scene changes and special effects in a video scene is an essential pre-requisite for automatic indexing. This paper presents a real time algorithm, which can detect abrupt scene changes in the compressed domain. It is based on the number of interpolated macroblocks (MBs) for a given B-frame as the main feature since it expresses a measure of how strong the previous and future I or P (I/P) frames are correlated. Experimental results show that this algorithm can detect most abrupt scene changes in MPEG-2 compressed video
Rose publication type: Conference contribution
Sponsorship: WAC Fernando would like to express his gratitude and sincere appreciation to the University of Bristol and CVCP for
providing financial support for this work.
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3rd IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing
|Duration||1 Sep 1999 → …|