Growing broadcasting of digital video content on different media brings the search of copies in large video databases to a new critical issue. Digital videos can be found on TV Channels, Web-TV, Video Blogs and the public Video Web servers. The massive capacity of these sources makes the tracing of video content into a very hard problem for video professionals.
There are different ways for dealing with the copy detection challenge and this evaluation showcase is the first benchmark initiative for exploring and comparing them. Moreover, a live benchmark is the best and the most challenging way to evaluate the different techniques under the same conditions, no human post-processing of the data can be done and the time for dealing with the queries is limited.
This live benchmark was organized during the ACM International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval (CIVR2007) and was supported by the network of excellence MUSCLE. This evaluation Showcase for video Copy Detection was one of the three live evaluation events which took place at the ACM CIVR 2007: Video Retrieval, Image Retrieval and Video Copy Detection.
OrganizersAlexis Joly, INRIA Rocquencourt, IMEDIA Research Group, France
Julien Law-To, INRIA Rocquencourt, IMEDIA Research Group, France
Nozha Boujemaa, INRIA Rocquencourt, IMEDIA Research Group, France