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Restoration of Faded Color Films using Digital Image Processing

Originální název

Restoration of Faded Color Films using Digital Image Processing

Anglický název

Restoration of Faded Color Films using Digital Image Processing

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Only in the last 20 years it has been possible to restore historically valuable films using digital image processing. In the past few years this has been also possible for educational institutions. Nowadays most typical faults such as scratches, dirt and flickering can be restored on the digital side, though only in very few cases semi or fully automatically. This paper deals with a fairly new topic of digital film restoration - the color restoration. The first color movies evolved in the 1950s. Due to aging the characteristics of the film material changed which resulted in miscolorings. A possible attempt to restore these types of faults is shown and a developed method for color restoration is introduced.

Anglický abstrakt

Only in the last 20 years it has been possible to restore historically valuable films using digital image processing. In the past few years this has been also possible for educational institutions. Nowadays most typical faults such as scratches, dirt and flickering can be restored on the digital side, though only in very few cases semi or fully automatically. This paper deals with a fairly new topic of digital film restoration - the color restoration. The first color movies evolved in the 1950s. Due to aging the characteristics of the film material changed which resulted in miscolorings. A possible attempt to restore these types of faults is shown and a developed method for color restoration is introduced.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT17656,
  author="Andy Alexander {Kuiper}",
  title="Restoration of Faded Color Films using Digital Image Processing",
  annote="Only in the last 20 years it has been possible to restore historically valuable films using digital image processing. In the past few years this has been also possible for educational institutions. Nowadays most typical faults such as scratches, dirt and flickering can be restored on the digital side, though only in very few cases semi or fully automatically. This paper deals with a fairly new topic of digital film restoration - the color restoration. The first color movies evolved in the 1950s. Due to aging the characteristics of the film material changed which resulted in miscolorings. A possible attempt to restore these types of faults is shown and a developed method for color restoration is introduced.",
  address="VUT",
  booktitle="Honeywell EMI 2005",
  chapter="17656",
  institution="VUT",
  year="2005",
  month="may",
  pages="627",
  publisher="VUT",
  type="conference paper"
}