Video Copyright Detection Using High Level Objects in Video Clip
Latest advancements in online video databases have caused a huge violation of copyright material misuse. Usually a video clip having a proper copyright is available in online video databases like YouTube without permission of the owner. It remains available until the owner takes a notice and requests to the website manager to remove copyright material. The problem with this approach is that usually the copyright material is downloaded and watched illegally during the period of upload and subsequent removal on request of the owner. This study aims at presenting an automatic content based system to detect any copyright violation in online video clips. In this technique, a video clip is needed from original video that is used to query from online video to find out shot similarity based on high level objects like shapes.
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