CineScale: Recognising Cinematic Shot Scales

Published: 2 March 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/th46h4vdwd.1
Contributors:
Mattia Savardi,
András Bálint Kovács,
Alberto Signoroni,
Sergio Benini

Description

We provide a database containing shot scale annotations (i.e., the apparent distance of the camera from the subject of a filmed scene) for more than 792,000 image frames. Frames belong to 124 full movies from the entire filmographies by 6 important directors: Martin Scorsese, Jean-Luc Godard, Bela Tarr, Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Ingmar Bergman. Each frame, extracted from videos at 1 frame per second, is annotated on the following scale categories: Extreme Close Up (ECU), Close Up (CU), Medium Close Up (MCU), Medium Shot (MS), Medium Long Shot (MLS), Long Shot (LS), Extreme Long Shot (ELS), Foreground Shot (FS), and Insert Shots (IS). Two independent coders annotated all frames from the 124 movies, whilst a third one checked their coding and made decisions in cases of disagreement. All the original frames can be asked to the authors or from the official project page: https://cinescale.github.io/

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Institutions

Brescia University

Categories

Cinema, Artificial Intelligence

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