@MastersThesis{Losert-TR-2008-04,
  UPDATE  = { 2008-03-12 },
  author =	 {Losert, Tom{\'a}{\v s}},
  supervisor =	 {Doubek, Petr},
  language =	 {czech},
  title =	 {Rozvr{\v z}en{\'\i} st{\v r}ihu ve v{\'\i}cekamerov{\'e}
                  nahr{\'a}vce},
  e_title =	 {Cut Placement in a Multi-Camera Sequence},
  school =	 {Center for Machine Perception, K13133 FEE Czech Technical
                  University},
  address =	 {Prague, Czech Republic},
  year =	 {2008},
  month =	 {February},
  day =		 {22},
  type =	 {{MSc Thesis CTU--CMP--2008--04}},
  issn =	 {1213-2365},
  pages =	 {57},
  authorship =	 {100},
  psurl =	 {[Losert-TR-2008-04.pdf]},
  project =	 {CAS 1ET101210407},
  annote = {Desirable cut-composition has a significant impact on
    viewers perceiving of movie production. We have designed a
    heuristics which solves optimal cut-collocation of multi-camera
    recording in offline video-processing context. Based on the
    information about events in multi-camera system, acquired with the
    help of computer vision methods, the cut-collocation problem has
    been transformed into the shortest path in an oriented graph
    problem. Final optimal solution can be simply found using
    well-known algorithms. The main focus of the design was on
    respecting at least the fundamental techniques used in
    cinematography. The resulting method was tested on recordings from
    two different setups.},
  keywords =	 {cinematography},
}