A Survey: Different Techniques of Video Inpainting
|Khushbu A. Panchal1, Dr.Mehfuza Holia 2
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The goal of video completion is to reconstruct the missing part or holes which are created by damage or removal of any selected objects from video. The key issue in video completion is to keep the spatial temporal information. A lot of researchers have worked in the area of video inpainting. Most of the researchers try to maintain either spatial consistency or temporal continuity between the frames. But none of them try to maintain both of them in the same technique with a good quality. In The main goal of inpainting is removed unwanted object from video and fill those region with the background. Inpainting is used for restoration of older films, object removal in digital photographs and for privacy protection. It is also useful to red-eye correction, compression etc. Many approaches of inpainting have been proposed. This proposed work presents a brief survey of different inpainting algorithms. In this paper provide an analysis of different techniques used for Inpainting.