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Video Performance Evaluation Resource

The Video Performance Evaluation Resource (ViPER) is a toolkit of Java programs and scripts that enables evaluation of video processing algorithms. This includes a markup tool for video, a performance evaluation tool that compares how well result data matches ground truth video metadata, and scripts and systems for running sets of experiments.

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  •  07 Mar 2005 19:02

    Release Notes: A lot has been added to the annotation tool. If you're on Windows, Virtual Dub's MPEG decoder has been integrated. There is a new scripting mechanism, a few new data types, and a thing called 'display with respect to', which will shift the screen to keep a shape in the same position during playback. You can still edit everything else while this is happening. Still slow, and no audio support yet.

    •  08 Jan 2004 21:31

      Release Notes: The video metadata editor has been rewritten from scratch, and now supports undo, has a timeline view and a schema editor, and uses the piccolo canvas to support zooming.

      •  04 Jun 2003 20:56

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

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