Detail publikace

Removal of Blotches on Multiple Double Sided Variable Area Code Sound Tracks using MatLab

Originální název

Removal of Blotches on Multiple Double Sided Variable Area Code Sound Tracks using MatLab

Anglický název

Removal of Blotches on Multiple Double Sided Variable Area Code Sound Tracks using MatLab

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Motion pictures have been restored using digital methods since the 1980s. In the last couple of years this has even been possible for educational institutions which mostly have a smaller financial budget than research institutions. Most local faults such as scratches, dirt blotches or film patches can be repaired manually at a computer screen. This needs a lot of user interaction and therefore is an expensive restoration variant which can only be carried out for selected historical documents. Therefore the aim is to find solutions how to reliably restore optical sound tracks in fully automatical procedures. This paper deals with the authentic restoration of minor local faults using MatLab as the implementation plattform.

Anglický abstrakt

Motion pictures have been restored using digital methods since the 1980s. In the last couple of years this has even been possible for educational institutions which mostly have a smaller financial budget than research institutions. Most local faults such as scratches, dirt blotches or film patches can be repaired manually at a computer screen. This needs a lot of user interaction and therefore is an expensive restoration variant which can only be carried out for selected historical documents. Therefore the aim is to find solutions how to reliably restore optical sound tracks in fully automatical procedures. This paper deals with the authentic restoration of minor local faults using MatLab as the implementation plattform.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT19001,
  author="Andy Alexander {Kuiper}",
  title="Removal of Blotches on Multiple Double Sided Variable Area Code Sound Tracks using MatLab",
  annote="Motion pictures have been restored using digital methods since the 1980s. In the last
couple of years this has even been possible for educational institutions which mostly have
a smaller financial budget than research institutions.
Most local faults such as scratches, dirt blotches or film patches can be repaired manually
at a computer screen. This needs a lot of user interaction and therefore is an expensive
restoration variant which can only be carried out for selected historical documents. Therefore
the aim is to find solutions how to reliably restore optical sound tracks in fully automatical
procedures. This paper deals with the authentic restoration of minor local faults
using MatLab as the implementation plattform.",
  address="Brno",
  booktitle="Student EEICT 2006",
  chapter="19001",
  edition="Student EEICT 2006",
  institution="Brno",
  year="2006",
  month="april",
  pages="1",
  publisher="Brno",
  type="conference paper"
}