keyframe

keyframe

In video compression, a frame with a complete image. See interframe coding.
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It's a combination of virtual reality and "keyframe animation," which means that the animals are all animated by hand, "just like all the old animated movies," Favreau explained.
This might produce segments of varying durations, but as long as the segment and keyframe lengths are consistent between the ladder rungs, this won't cause a problem.
Video summary can provide meaningful and interesting summaries through keyframe extraction in high-quality, high-volume videos.
Users can edit animations and object properties from a single, unified panel, as well as use exact numbers to define values for object scaling, rotation, position, transitions, and keyframe times.
They cover applying big data analytics to psychometric micro-targeting, keyframe selection for video indexing using an approximate minimal spanning tree, deep learning techniques for image processing, connecting cities using smart transportation: an overview, a model of intellectual analysis of multidimensional semi-structured data based on deep neuro-fuzzy networks, and imaging fusion in remote sensing based on a sparse sampling method and pulse-coupled neuro-network techniques.
First, we save the point cloud data every 3 s as a keyframe, which is stored in a vector containing keyframes and pose information.
Created, directed, and produced by Keyframe Inc., the video was a fresh take on showcasing City of Dreams Manila's event venues.
Sun, "Keyframe extraction based on improved ant algorithm and agglom erative," Computer Engineering and Applications, vol.
In Maya, users can keyframe objects to move in 3D space, a feature that was utilized in several designs.
It was traditional keyframe animation that matched his performance."