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Subject [jira] [Commented] (TIKA-2322) Video labeling using existing ObjectRecognition
Date Thu, 27 Apr 2017 17:08:05 GMT

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ASF GitHub Bot commented on TIKA-2322:

chrismattmann commented on a change in pull request #168: fix for TIKA-2322 contributed by
URL: https://github.com/apache/tika/pull/168#discussion_r113751331

 File path: tika-parsers/src/main/resources/org/apache/tika/parser/recognition/tf/inceptionapi.py
 @@ -310,6 +320,32 @@ def index():
+            <li> <code>/inception/v3/classify/video</code> - <br/>
+                <table>
+                <tr><th align="left"> Description </th><td> This
is a classifier service that can classify videos</td></tr>
+                <tr><td></td> <td>Query Params : <br/>
+                   <code>topk </code>: type = int : top classes to get; default
: 10 <br/>
+                   <code>human </code>: type = boolean : human readable class
names; default : true <br/>
+                   <code>mode </code>: options = <code>{"center", "interval",
"fixed"}</code> : Modes of frame extraction; default : center <br/>
+                    &emsp; <code>"center"</code> - Just one frame in center.
+                    &emsp; <code>"interval"</code> - Extracts frames after
fixed interval. <br/>
+                    &emsp; <code>"fixed"</code> - Extract fixed number of
+                   <code>frame-interval </code>: type = int : Interval for frame
extraction to be used with INTERVAL mode. If frame_interval=10 then every 10th frame will
be extracted; default : 10 <br/>
+                   <code>num-frame </code>: type = int : Number of frames to
be extracted from video while using FIXED model. If num_frame=10 then 10 frames equally distant
from each other will be extracted; default : 10 <br/>
+                 </td></tr>
+                <tr><th align="left"> How to supply Video Content </th></tr>
+                <tr><th align="left"> With HTTP GET : </th> <td>
+                    Include a query parameter <code>url </code> which is path
on file system <br/>
+                    Example: <code> curl "localhost:8764/inception/v3/classify/video?url=filesystem/path/to/video"</code><br/>
+                </td></tr><br/>
+                <tr><th align="left"> With HTTP POST :</th><td>
+                    POST video content as binary data in request body. If video can be decoded
by OpenCV it should be fine. It's tested on mp4 and avi on mac <br/>
+                    Include a query parameter <code>ext </code>this extension
is needed to tell OpenCV which decoder to use, default is ".mp4" </br>
+                    Example: <code> curl -X POST "localhost:8764/inception/v3/classify?topk=10&human=false"
--data-binary @example.mp4 </code>
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> Video labeling using existing ObjectRecognition
> -----------------------------------------------
>                 Key: TIKA-2322
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TIKA-2322
>             Project: Tika
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: parser
>            Reporter: Madhav Sharan
>            Assignee: Chris A. Mattmann
>              Labels: memex
>             Fix For: 1.15
> Currently TIKA supports ObjectRecognition in Images. I am proposing to extend this to
support videos. 
> Idea is -
> 1. Extract frames from video and run IncV3 to get labels for these frames. 
> 2. We average confidence scores of same labels for each frame. 
> 3. Return results in sorted order of confidence score. 
> I am writing code for different modes of frame extractions -
> 1. Extract center image.
> 2. Extract frames after every fixed interval.
> 3. Extract N frames equally divided across video.
> We used this approach in [0]. Code in [1]
> [0] https://github.com/USCDataScience/hadoop-pot
> [1] https://github.com/USCDataScience/video-recognition

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