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Image and Video Retargetting by Darting

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Image and Video Retargetting by Darting
This paper considers the problem of altering an image by imperceptibly adding or removing pixels, for example, to fit a differently shaped frame with minimal loss of interesting content. We show how to construct a family of convex programs that suitably rearrange pixels while minimizing image artifacts and distortions. We call this ¨darting¨on analogy to a tailor´s dartssmall edits are discreetly distributed throughout the fabric of the image. We develop a reduction to integer dynamic programming on edit trellises, yielding fast algorithms. One- and two-pass variants of the method have 0(1) per-pixel complexity. Of the many edits that darting supports, five are demonstrated here: image retargeting to smaller aspect ratios: adding or moving or removing scene objects while preserving image dimensions: image expansion with gaps filled by a rudimentary form of texture synthesis; temporal video summarization by ¨packing ¨motion in time; and an extension to spatial video retargettin...
Matthew Brand
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Updated 26 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICIAR
Authors Matthew Brand
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