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An analysis of Scene Change Detection using HEVC coding additional information
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  • Journal title : Journal of Broadcast Engineering
  • Volume 20, Issue 6,  2015, pp.871-879
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Broadcast and Media Engineers
  • DOI : 10.5909/JBE.2015.20.6.871
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An analysis of Scene Change Detection using HEVC coding additional information
Eom, Yumi; Park, Sangil; Chung, Chang Woo;
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With the increase of mass contents data, a method of a scene change detection is required for analysis, indexing and editing. Although many researchers are studying a variety of scene change detection method, it is too difficult to accurately detect various movements of the cameras and scene changes. Also, earlier scene change detection methods take too much time to apply to UHD video contents. That is because the UHD video contents with 4K (3820x2160) resolution or higher have greater amount of data. Therefore a method for detecting a scene change by using the next-generation codec, HEVC, is required. In this paper, we propose four scene change detection methods using the coding additional information of HEVC, and a new pixel-based scene change detection system. Furthermore, through the experimental results, we check the possibility of detecting the scene changes of UHD videos encoded in HEVC format.
HEVC;Scene change detection;contents indexing;UHD video;
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