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CMU System Lets You Get To the Good Parts of Video, Fast 32 32

coondoggie (973519) writes "While Video has become ubiquitous thanks mostly to smartphones it doesn't mean you want to actually watch all of it. Carnegie Mellon University computer scientists say they have invented a video highlighting technique called LiveLight that can automatically pick out action in videos shot by smartphones, GoPro cameras, or Google Glass users."
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CMU System Lets You Get To the Good Parts of Video, Fast

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