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Flow-based Video Synthesis and Editing

STUDENT NAME : Varisiri Methachittiphan, Supavinee Deejamala, Nattakan Phothinam

ADVISOR :Dr. Rawesak Tanawongsuwan


This project presents a video editing framework for creating continuously video of waterfalls by directly editing reference video footage. Our algorithm analyzes the dynamics and appearance of textured particles in the input video along a specific flow line, and synthesizes seamless infinite video by continuously generating particles along the flow line. Moreover, we can then edit the video by manipulating flow lines from the original footage. The algorithm is simple to implement and use. We applied this technique to perform significant edits to the video and we were able to create another flow of a waterfall. The result of this technique demonstrates the effectiveness of using video to improve the realism of computer animations. Our work on flow-based modeling produced two dimensional particle models that enable animating a wide variety of natural phenomena. We hope that the methods developed in this thesis provide useful comprehension into! how realistic animations for other domains might be designed.


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