Frame differencing with FFmpeg

I often want to create motion videos, that is, videos that only show what changed between frames. Such videos are nice to look at, and so-called “frame differencing” is also the start point for many computer vision algorithms. We have made several tools for creating motion videos (and more) at the University of Oslo: the … Continue reading Frame differencing with FFmpeg

Pre-processing Garmin VIRB 360 recordings with FFmpeg

I have previously written about how it is possible to “flatten” a Ricoh Theta+ recording using FFmpeg. Now, I have spent some time exploring how to process some recordings from a Garmin VIRB camera. Some hours of recordings The starting point was a bunch of recordings from our recent MusicLab Copenhagen featuring the amazing Danish … Continue reading Pre-processing Garmin VIRB 360 recordings with FFmpeg