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how to subract the background of a input video...?

Vibe- Visual Background Extraction.

i need to detect the moving objects and subtract the background of non-moving objects in the input video



if i give one input as a video file means how to subtract the background from that video...?
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Santhosh Subramanian 3-Feb-12 4:19am    
http://www2.ulg.ac.be/telecom/research/vibe/

watch tiz link....

in this play the video illustrations....

there they subracting the background of non moving objects in the video

i need like this dudes,

for the past 20days am looking for tiz...but i cant able to do...

 
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Santhosh Subramanian 3-Feb-12 2:03am    
http://www2.ulg.ac.be/telecom/research/vibe/

watch tiz link....

in this play the video illustrations....

there they subracting the background of non moving objects in the video

i need like this dudes,

for the past 20days am looking for tiz...but i cant able to do...
You can write background process for video application in C# as

C#
ProcessStartInfo startInfo = new ProcessStartInfo();
startInfo.FileName = "MyVideoApp.exe";
startInfo.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Hidden;
Process process = new Process();
process.StartInfo = startInfo;
process.Start();
 
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Santhosh Subramanian 3-Feb-12 1:12am    
thanks dude...

actually i need to open and play the video in window application....
in your coding ,
startInfo.FileName = "MyVideoApp.exe";


am new to dot.net i cant understand that...
Hi,

You can check the below link, it implements non adaptive background subtraction in C#. The code is however a tweak inside a detector, the original author of the program is Andrew Kirillov.

https://github.com/Saggy101/Non-Adaptive-Background-Subtraction[^]
 
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