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A Model Approach to Generate an Action Sequence from continuous shooting mode

Siva Rama Sastry Gumma, Umesh Komati


Usually generating of motion sequence from continuous shooting mode(burst mode) would be more challenging. It’s quite interesting to watch action sequence of an object in a single frame. This aim of this paper is to generate an action sequence with little human effort. The proposed algorithm would first align all the frames to reduce the camera problems and then by extracting the background of the video sequence. Removing of the foreground moving objects must be done while extracting background. Once the background of the scene is got, we could paste back foreground object without overlap on to the background image to generate the motion sequence. Minimal overlap frames are taken account to generate the sequence for visually better output. This algorithm would generate good results for a video sequence with minimal number of moving objects.


Homography, feature descriptors, canny, perspective transformation, threshold,

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