Poster

Mr. HiSum: A Large-scale Dataset for Video Highlight Detection and Summarization

Jinhwan Sul · Jihoon Han · Joonseok Lee

Great Hall & Hall B1+B2 (level 1) #228
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Tue 12 Dec 8:45 a.m. PST — 10:45 a.m. PST

Abstract:

Video highlight detection is a task to automatically select the most engaging moments from a long video. This problem is highly challenging since it aims to learn a general way of finding highlights from a variety of videos in the real world.The task has an innate subjectivity because the definition of a highlight differs across individuals. Therefore, to detect consistent and meaningful highlights, prior benchmark datasets have been labeled by multiple (5-20) raters. Due to the high cost of manual labeling, most existing public benchmarks are in extremely small scale, containing only a few tens or hundreds of videos. This insufficient benchmark scale causes multiple issues such as unstable evaluation or high sensitivity in traintest splits. We present Mr. HiSum, a large-scale dataset for video highlight detection and summarization, containing 31,892 videos and reliable labels aggregated over 50,000+ users per video. We empirically prove reliability of the labels as frame importance by cross-dataset transfer and user study.

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