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Design of OpenScenario Structure for Content Creation Service Based on User Defined Story
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 Title & Authors
Design of OpenScenario Structure for Content Creation Service Based on User Defined Story
Lee, Hyejoo; Kwon, Ki-Ryong; Lee, Suk-Hwan; Park, Yun-Kyong; Moon, Kyong Deok;
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 Abstract
It is a story-based content creation service that provides any user with some proper contents based on a story written by the user in order to utilize a lot of contents accumulated on Internet. For this service, the story has to be described in computer-readable representation. In this paper, analyzing the structure of scenario, as known as screenplay or scripts, a structure of story representation, which is referred to as OpenScenario, is defined. We intend users to produce their own contents by using massive contents on Internet by the proposed method. The proposed method`s OpenScenario consists two main parts, OSD (OpenScenario Descriptors) which is a set of descriptors to describe various objects of shots such as visual, aural and textual objects and OSS (OpenScenario Scripts) which is a set of scripts to add some effects such as image, caption, transition between shots, and background music. As an usecase of proposed method, we describe how to create new content using OpenScenario and discuss some required technologies to apply the proposed method effectively.
 Keywords
Scenario;Content Creation Service;OpenScenario;Multimedia Big Data;
 Language
Korean
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