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Study and Implementation of Image and Video Matting Techniques

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Study and Implementation of Image and Video Matting Techniques
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Publisher: viXra
Number of pages: 59

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Matting is the technique of estimating accurate foreground in images and video. Both image and video matting are very important in terms of both commercial and technological advances. Our Aim is to introduce Video Matting in Real Time Video Conferencing both for desktop computers and mobile devices such as Cell Phones and Tablets.

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