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Volume - 3 | Issue - 4 | december 2021

Two-Stage Frame Extraction in Video Analysis for Accurate Prediction of Object Tracking by Improved Deep Learning
Pages: 322-335
Published
22 December, 2021
Abstract

Recently, the information extraction from graphics and video summarizing using keyframes have benefited from a recent look at the visual content-based method. Analysis of keyframes in a movie may be done by extracting visual elements from the video clips. In order to accurately anticipate the path of an item in real-time, the visible components are utilized. The frame variations with low-level properties such as color and structure are the basis of the rapid and reliable approach. This research work contains 3 phases: preprocessing, two-stage extraction, and video prediction module. Besides, this framework on object track estimation uses the probabilistic deterministic process to arrive at an estimate of the object. Keyframes for the whole video sequence are extracted using a proposed two-stage feature extraction approach by CNN feature extraction. An alternate sequence is first constructed by comparing the color characteristics of neighboring frames in the original series to those of the generated one. When an alternate arrangement is compared to the final keyframe sequence, it is found that there are substantial structural changes between consecutive frames. Three keyframe extraction techniques based on on-time behavior have been employed in this study. A keyframe extraction optimization phase termed as "Adam" optimizer, dependent on the number of final keyframes is then introduced. The proposed technique outperforms the prior methods in computational cost and resilience across a wide range of video formats, video resolutions, and other parameters. Finally, this research compares SSIM, MAE, and RMSE performance metrics with the traditional approach.

Keywords

Deep learning object tracking Video object prediction key frame prediction optimization

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