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Multimedia Tools and Applications

, Volume 78, Issue 10, pp 13787–13804 | Cite as

Adaptive low cost algorithm for video stabilization

  • Giuseppe SpampinatoEmail author
  • Arcangelo Bruna
  • Filippo Naccari
  • Valeria Tomaselli
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Abstract

Video stabilization is a technique used to compensate user hand shaking. It avoids grabbing the unintentional motion in a video sequence, which causes unpleasant effects for the final user. In this paper we present a very simple but effective low power consumption solution, suitable for cheap and small video cameras, running at 31 fps for a VGA sequence with a simple ARM926EJ-S. The proposed solution is robust to common difficult conditions, like noise perturbations, illumination changes, motion blurring and rolling shutter distortions.

Keywords

Video stabilization Characteristics curves IIR filters FIR filters Curves matching 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.ST Microelectronics, Advanced System Technology, Imaging GroupCataniaItaly

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