A Survey of MPEG-1 Audio, Visual and Semantic Analysis Techniques

Uma Srivinasan, Silvia Pfieffer, Surya Nepal, Lifang Gu, Michael Lee, Stephen Barrass

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    Abstract

    Digital audio & video data have become an integral part of multimedia information systems. To reduce storage and bandwidth requirements, they are commonly stored in a compressed format, such as MPEG-1. Increasing amounts of MPEG encoded audio and video documents are available online and in proprietary collections. In order to effectively utilise them, we need tools and techniques to automatically analyse, segment, and classify MPEG video content. Several techniques have been developed both in the audio and visual domain to analyse videos. This paper presents a survey of audio and visual analysis techniques on MPEG-1 encoded media that are useful in supporting a variety of video applications. Although audio and visual feature analyses have been carried out extensively, they become useful to applications only when they convey a semantic meaning of the video content. Therefore, we also present a survey of works that provide semantic analysis on MPEG-1 encoded videos
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)105-141
    Number of pages37
    JournalMultimedia Tools and Applications
    Volume27
    Issue number1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    Srivinasan, U., Pfieffer, S., Nepal, S., Gu, L., Lee, M., & Barrass, S. (2005). A Survey of MPEG-1 Audio, Visual and Semantic Analysis Techniques. Multimedia Tools and Applications, 27(1), 105-141. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11042-005-2716-6