Effective and Efficient Video Summarization Approach for Mobile Devices

Hesham Farouk, Kamal ElDahshan, Amr Abd Elawed Abozeid

Abstract


in the context of mobile computing and multimedia processing, video summarization plays an important role for video browsing, streaming, indexing and storing. In this paper, an effective and efficient video summarization approach for mobile devices is proposed. The goal of this approach is to generate a video summary (static and dynamic) based on Visual Attention Model (VAM) and new Fast Directional Motion Intensity Estimation (FDMIE) algorithm for mobile devices. The VAM is based on how to simulate the Human Vision System (HVS) to extract the salient areas that have more attention values from video contents. The evaluation results demonstrate that, the effectiveness rate up to 87% with respect to the manually generated summary and the state of the art approaches. Moreover, the efficiency of the proposed approach makes it suitable for online and mobile applications.

Keywords


Video Summarization; Key Frame Extraction; Video Skimming; Visual Attention Model; Mobile Computing; Computer Vision

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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