Date Added: Mar 2012
Every year video content is growing in volume and there are different techniques available to capture, compress, display, store and transmit video while editing and manipulating video based on their content is still a non-trivial activity. Recent advances in multimedia technologies allow the capture and storage of video data with relatively inexpensive computers. However, without appropriate search techniques all these data are hardly usable. Users want to query the content instead of the raw video data. Today research is focused on video retrieval. Content-based search and retrieval of video data becomes a challenging and important problem. To retrieve the content of the video the user need automatic classification and categorization of the visual content.