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System and method for creating trick play video streams from a compressed normal play video bitstream

A system and method for generating trick play video streams, such as fast forward and fast reverse video streams, from an MPEG compressed normal play bitstream. The system receives a compressed normal play bitstream and filters the bitstream by extracting and saving only portions of the bitstream. The system preferably extracts I-frames and sequence headers, including all weighting matrices, from the MPEG bitstream and stores this information in a new file. The system then assembles or collates the filtered data into the proper order to generate a single assembled bitstream. The system also ensures that the weighting matrixes properly correspond to the respective I-frames. This produces a bitstream comprised of a plurality of sequence headers and I-frames. This assembled bitstream is MPEG-2 decoded to produce a new video sequence which comprises only one out of every X pictures of the original, uncompressed normal play bitstream. This output picture stream is then re-encoded with respective MPEG parameters desired for the trickplay stream, thus producing a trickplay stream that is a valid MPEG encoded stream, but which includes only one of every X frames. The present invention thus generates compressed trick play video streams which require reduced storage and reduced data transfer bandwidth requirements.
Owner:OPEN TV INC +1

Smart Video Surveillance System Ensuring Privacy

This invention describes a video surveillance system which is composed of three key components 1—smart camera(s), 2—server(s), 3—client(s), connected through IP-networks in wired or wireless configurations. The system has been designed so as to protect the privacy of people and goods under surveillance. Smart cameras are based on JPEG 2000 compression where an analysis module allows for efficient use of security tools for the purpose of scrambling, and event detection. The analysis is also used in order to provide a better quality in regions of the interest in the scene. Compressed video streams leaving the camera(s) are scrambled and signed for the purpose of privacy and data integrity verification using JPSEC compliant methods. The same bit stream is also protected based on JPWL compliant methods for robustness to transmission errors. The operations of the smart camera are optimized in order to provide the best compromise in terms of perceived visual quality of the decoded video, versus the amount of power consumption. The smart camera(s) can be wireless in both power and communication connections. The server(s) receive(s), store(s), manage(s) and dispatch(es) the video sequences on wired and wireless channels to a variety of clients and users with different device capabilities, channel characteristics and preferences. Use of seamless scalable coding of video sequences prevents any need for transcoding operations at any point in the system.
Owner:EMITALL SURVEILLANCE

Device and method for fast block-matching motion estimation in video encoders

Motion estimation is the science of predicting the current frame in a video sequence from the past frame (or frames), by slicing it into rectangular blocks of pixels, and matching these to past such blocks. The displacement in the spatial position of the block in the current frame with respect to the past frame is called the motion vector. This method of temporally decorrelating the video sequence by finding the best matching blocks from past reference frames—motion estimation—makes up about 80% or more of the computation in a video encoder. That is, it is enormously expensive, and methods do so that are efficient are in high demand. Thus the field of motion estimation within video coding is rich in the breadth and diversity of approaches that have been put forward. Yet it is often the simplest methods that are the most effective. So it is in this case. While it is well-known that a full search over all possible positions within a fixed window is an optimal method in terms of performance, it is generally prohibitive in computation. In this patent disclosure, we define an efficient, new method of searching only a very sparse subset of possible displacement positions (or motion vectors) among all possible ones, to see if we can get a good enough match, and terminate early. This set of sparse subset of motion vectors is preselected, using a priori knowledge and extensive testing on video sequences, so that these “predictors” for the motion vector are essentially magic. The art of this method is the preselection of excellent sparse subsets of vectors, the smart thresholds for acceptance or rejection, and even in the order of the testing prior to decision.
Owner:FASTVDO

Intelligent visual sensor network moving target relay tracking system based on GPS (global positioning system) and GIS (geographic information system)

InactiveCN102724482ARealize manual judgmentRealize intelligent monitoring relay trackingTelevision system detailsInstruments for road network navigationVideo monitoringVideo sequence
The invention discloses an intelligent visual sensor network moving target relay tracking system based on a GPS (global positioning system) and a GIS (geographic information system). The intelligent visual sensor network moving target relay tracking system comprises a plurality of monitoring camera shooting unit, each monitoring camera shooting unit comprises a monitoring camera, a GPS receiving positioning module and a wired/wireless communication module are embedded into or disposed in each monitoring camera shooting unit, each monitoring camera shooting unit is used for acquiring video sequences in a monitoring area, and each wired/wireless communication module is used for transmitting the video sequences to a monitoring center via a wired or wireless digital communication network. The monitoring center comprises a wired/wireless communication module, a target analysis module, a relay tracking scheduling module, a relay tracking network generation module, a database server, a display interactive module and the GIS. The intelligent visual sensor network moving target relay tracking system can achieve independent discovery, real-time positioning and relay tracking of movable suspicious targets, integrally display monitoring videos of the targets on an electronic map and achieve multiple functions of emergency linkage, video monitoring, scheduling commanding and the like.
Owner:XIDIAN UNIV
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