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    Title: Motion inpainting and extrapolation for special effect production
    Authors: Tang, Nick C.;Zhong, Hsing-Ying;Tsai, Joseph C.;Shih, Timothy K.;Liao, Mark
    Contributors: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering
    Keywords: Approximation theory;Extrapolation;Interpolation;Method of moments;Multimedia systems;Special effects;Technical presentations- Digital technologies;Dynamic textures;Inpainting;Layer segmentation;Motion interpolation;Movie industry;New mechanisms;Video demonstration
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-04-08 20:22:11 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Special effect production is an important technology for movie industry. Although sophisticated equipments can be used to produce scenery such as fire and smoke, usually, the approach is expensive and perhaps dangerous. Can sceneries be re-produced based on existing videos using digital technology? The answer is yes but it is difficult. In this video demonstration, we propose new mechanisms using motion inpainting technologies. Dynamic texture can be altered and reused under control. In addition, actors with repeated motion can be interpolated or extrapolated and incorporated into the falsified scenery. We demonstrate using our tool to produce realistic video narratives based on existing videos. Five sets of results as well as the source videos used are available at
    Relation: MM'09 - Proceedings of the 2009 ACM Multimedia Conference, with Co-located Workshops and :1037-1039
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering] Proceedings

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