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Truly cinematic image processing problems

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  • UserDr Michael Moeller, ARRI Group
  • ClockThursday 23 May 2013, 16:00-17:00
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Industrial seminar

The company ARRI is one of the worlds leading manufacturers of digital motion picture cameras. In this talk I will present a variety of challenges we face in processing raw video data to the final images we see in the cinema. The processing chain that converts the high dynamic range Bayer data to images a human observer perceives as a realistic view of the scene will be discussed with a special focus on its effect on image processing problems such as denoising or inpainting. It will be demonstrated why research on data domain specific algorithms is crucial to obtain optimal image reconstruction results.

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