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Error Detection in Panoramic Videos: a Pairwise Assessment within Stitching

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Abstract

One way to provide realistic immersive VR content relies on producing high-quality panoramic videos. These videos are usually produced using multiple cameras with different optical centers and which may not be perfectly synchronized This results in spatial and temporal artifact, even though the blending algorithm strives to reduce them. In this paper, we devise a method that detects potential visual artifacts, based on existing view synthesis quality metrics. The method works by computing pair-wise quality at each blending step and fusing them to produce a global map of potential errors. To get a more accurate prediction, we develop a mask that is then applied to the error map and therefore accentuates the defects on the blending cutting line. Results show that the calculated distortion map succeeds to identify visual artifacts in panoramas which can help design better solutions to this problem in the future.
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hal-01849267 , version 1 (26-07-2018)

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Sandra Nabil, Frédéric Devernay, James L. Crowley. Error Detection in Panoramic Videos: a Pairwise Assessment within Stitching. 2017. ⟨hal-01849267⟩
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