Video segmentation: detection of cuts, dissolves, monochrome frames, silences and aspect ratio changes (4/3 & 16/9)
The targeted users and customers are the multimedia industry actors, and
all academic or industrial laboratories interested in video analysis.
VidSeg is a software tool dedicated to video segmentation. It detects cuts and dissolves transitions in a video, along with additional information: monochromic frames, silences and aspect ratio modifications (from 4/3 to 16/9 or inversely).
The VidSeg software relies on the FFMPEG libraries for video decoding. Results are output in an XML format file as shown in figure 1 below.
VidSeg was developed at Irisa/INRIA Rennes by the Texmex team.
The VidSeg authors are: Manolis Delakis, Sébastien Campion.
VidSeg is a software that has been developed at Irisa/Inria-Rennes and is the property of Inria. It is registered at the Agency for Program Protection (APP) in France under the references:
VidSeg can be supplied under license on a case-by-case basis.