It will take the vectors of motion for two videos (coming from a variant of shotdetect code allowing to store detailed motion vectors in JSON format, for instance) and it will look for comparing taking out the common chunk. Then, provided you have some image's hashes it will compare their signature in order to make up the decision about chunk similarity of two video files. ShotDetect is a free software which detects shots and scenes from a video (http://johmathe.name/shotdetect.html).

Documentation

Manual: VideoComparison.pdf
Vignette: None available.

Maintainer: Joaquin Ordieres <j.ordieres at upm.es>

Author(s): Silvia Espinosa, Joaquin Ordieres, Antonio Bello, Jose Maria Perez

Install package and any missing dependencies by running this line in your R console:

install.packages("VideoComparison")

Depends R (>= 2.15.2), zoo, RCurl, RJSONIO, stats, pracma, Rcpp(>=0.10.3)
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Version 0.15
Published 2015-07-25
License GPL (>= 2)
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Package source VideoComparison_0.15.tar.gz