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DCC
2002
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
Compression Techniques for Active Video Content
Conventional digital video playback systems provide only limited user interactivity, mostly in the form of VCRlike controls such as fast forward/backward, slow motion, pause/stop,...
Anindya Neogi, Tzi-cker Chiueh
3DPVT
2002
IEEE
150views Visualization» more  3DPVT 2002»
9 years 8 days ago
Coding with ASCII: compact, yet text-based 3D content
Because of the convenience of a text-based format 3D content is often published in form of a gzipped file that contains an ASCII description of the scene graph. While compressed ...
Martin Isenburg, Jack Snoeyink
IVC
2006
115views more  IVC 2006»
8 years 7 months ago
A motion-based scene tree for compressed video content management
This paper describes a fully automatic content-based approach for browsing and retrieval of MPEG-2 compressed video. The first step of the approach is the detection of shot bounda...
Haoran Yi, Deepu Rajan, Liang-Tien Chia
ISM
2006
IEEE
96views Multimedia» more  ISM 2006»
9 years 1 months ago
Practical Content-Adaptive Subsampling for Image and Video Compression
Subsampling is a commonly used technique for modern image and video compression. Existing image and video standards such as JPEG, MPEG, and H.264 provide support for uniform chrom...
Alexander Wong, William Bishop
ISCAS
2005
IEEE
125views Hardware» more  ISCAS 2005»
9 years 27 days ago
A novel algorithm of spatial scalability for scrambled video
Although many researches have investigated transparent scrambling video techniques, an issue of which transcoding relates to downsizing scrambled video without unscrambling has ha...
YuanZhi Zou, Wen Gao
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