The Latest Research in Computational Video Editing Tools
October 17, 2017 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
This webinar provides a computer science researcher’s perspective on applying AI technologies for video production. Stanford Computer Scientist Mackenzie Leake will provide an overview of the research prototype system for “Computational Video Editing for Dialogue-Driven Scenes,” which was presented at SIGGRAPH 2017. She’ll discuss their design and research process and future opportunities for innovating in the space.
- Overview of “Computational Video Editing for Dialogue-Driven Scenes” project
- Discussion of where AI tools could be useful for editing
- Outline of future research directions
Mackenzie Leake is a PhD student in the computer science department at Stanford University
advised by Professor Maneesh Agrawala. Her research focuses on video creation tools and is
supported by Adobe Research and Brown Institute for Media Innovation fellowships. She holds a
B.A. in computational science and studio art from Scripps College.
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