Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
M. Zeppelzauer, D. Mitrovic, C. Breiteneder:
"Cross-Modal Analysis of Audio-Visual Film Montage";
Talk: International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks, Multimedia Computing and Communication Workshop,
2011-08-02; in: "International Conference on Computer Communication and Netwirks (ICCCN)",
IEEE eXpress Conference Publishing,
A stylistic device frequently employed by filmmakers
is the synchronous montage (composition) of audio and visual elements.
Synchronous montage helps to increase tension and tempo
in a scene and highlights important events in the story. Sequences
with synchronous montage usually contain rich semantics which
is relevant for understanding a movie. This property is currently
not exploited in automated indexing, annotation, and summarization
of movies. We propose a cross-modal approach that
extracts sequences from a movie with synchronous audio-visual
montage. Experiments confirm that the extracted sequences have
high semantic relevance. Consequently, they represent a useful
basis for different high-level movie abstraction tasks such as
automated movie annotation and movie summarization.
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