Help with multidecimate

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by Ben » Sat Jun 08, 2013 9:02 am

http://www.mediafire.com/download/ihxy5 ... 4-xvid.avi

This is a mpeg4 - fourcc - xvid -.avi file. I hope that this is what you wanted. I tried downloading the huffyuv from your web site and installing it but was unsuccessful.

Thanks for your time!

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by admin » Sun Jun 09, 2013 6:05 am

File Blocked for Violation.
The file you requested has been blocked for a violation of our Terms of Service.

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by Ben » Sun Jun 09, 2013 9:20 am

I do not know why you were unable to download the file. Everything looks OK om Mediafire. I have sent the file to you as an attachment on on email.

Also my last post above seems to have been separated from the previous posts in the string!

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by admin » Sun Jun 09, 2013 5:40 pm

OK, I have received your file. I see that there are duplicates within the moving vehicle segments. Did you want to remove them or not?
Also my last post above seems to have been separated from the previous posts in the string!
Sorry, no comprende.

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by Ben » Sun Jun 09, 2013 8:21 pm

I would like to have only frames with license plates. Is that possible?

Of course, the ultimate would be to wind up with only one frame from each time sequence with a license plate present! Is that possible?

Thanks!

Ben

"Also my last post above seems to have been separated from the previous posts in the string!"

The last two times that I looked the post before this one was not with the other posts in this thread. It is now in the proper position?????

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by Ben » Sun Jun 09, 2013 9:48 pm

I did not realize there was more than one page per thread when you look at the thread from the forum page. I have never seen one with pages before. That explains the reason for my confusion in my previous post.

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by admin » Mon Jun 10, 2013 7:50 am

First you were talking about duplicate removal and now you are talking about pattern recognition. MultiDecimate cannot do pattern recognition.

I suggest that you try some time-lapse forums to get a solution, as this forum is for support of my tools, and none of them can isolate license plates as you require.

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by Ben » Mon Jun 10, 2013 9:07 am

admin,

I would like to return to my original request which does ask a question which applies to your tool multidecimate.

"I am using a mpeg4-xvid .avi file (of auto license plates – LPs) from a Honeywell DVR to feed into a program that recognizes a full frame with the LP in it and gives these with a copy of the Date and Time stamp. The mpeg4 is recorded by motion sensing of the Honeywell DVR and has a one second pre and post motion sequence automatically inserted with every LP sequence. I would like to remove the pre and post recording which includes no pertinent information. I have tried motion detection software to save only the sequence with the auto and LP but I have been unable to find a program that captures all of the motion frames.

I am able to accomplish this with multidecimate with avisynth and am saving it as an mpeg4-xvid .avi file. With the original mpeg4-xvid file obtained from the Honeywell DVR, the program that recognizes LPs recognizes +/- 5% more LPs than when using the multidecimate file. I assume that this is related to loss of resolution by the additional conversion to YUY2 and back to mpeg4-xvid. Do you have any suggestions to solve this problem?"

Thanks for any suggestions!

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by admin » Mon Jun 10, 2013 2:42 pm

My friend, I don't have time to repeat the same questions over and over. I asked you: "I see that there are duplicates within the moving vehicle segments. Did you want to remove them or not?" Do you have an answer for that? Does that account for your 5% mismatch and is it really critical for your application?

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Re: Help with multidecimate

Post by Ben » Mon Jun 10, 2013 4:21 pm

Yes, I would like to remove the duplicates within the moving vehicle segments. It is important that I am able to match the results between the original clip and the multidecimated clip.

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