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Dirt and Sparkle Detection for Film Sequences
Gaughran, Peter; Bergin, Susan; Reilly, Ronan
Until recently, filming has been an analogue process; it requires a mechanical process to record and view, and the source material itself is prone to decay & abrasion [1]. Film is expensive to store, and prohibitively expensive to restore. All footage - historical, documentary or entertainment – may completely degrade over time. While many archival films stocks are currently being scanned and further damage thus prevented, the digital copies are far from the quality of the original. The types of aberrations found are varied, from frame jitter and line scratches to dirt and sparkle. It is the detection of the latter two (which are frame based abnormalities) that will be examined here.
Keyword(s): Computer Science; Dirt; sparkle; detection; machine vision; block matching
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Type: Book chapter
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Contributor(s): Winstanley, Adam C.
Institution: Maynooth University
Citation(s): Gaughran, Peter and Bergin, Susan and Reilly, Ronan (2009) Dirt and Sparkle Detection for Film Sequences. In: CIICT 2009 : proceedings of the China-Ireland information and communications technologies conference. Dept. of Computer Science, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland, pp. 146-148. ISBN 9780901519672
Publisher(s): Dept. of Computer Science, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
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