An Innovative Approach for Denoising of the Digital Video Stream


Anand B. Deshmukh
Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, Sipna College of Engineering and Technology, Amravati (MH), India.

Dr. Sanjay V. Dudul
Prof. and Head, Department of Applied Electronics, Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati (MH), India.


Everyday tones of video signals are generated, transmitted, and analyzed. The video contents are created for educational purposes, entertainment purposes, surveillance purposes, medical imaging purposes, weather forecasting, satellite imaging, and many other significant places. During the different phases of video content preparation, transmission, and analysis some unwanted signals get interfered with the true contents. Particularly, the medical imaging signals, since they are weak signals, are more prone to unwanted interferences. Such unwanted interference of the noise signals makes it difficult to analyze the critical information in the video contents and hence, the need for denoising process arises. A decent video denoising framework assures visual improvement in the video signals or it serves as the significant pre-processing step in the video processing steps like compression and analysis. Through this paper, we are about to disclose an efficient video denoising framework that takes the noisy video signal in the form of frames per second and performs the video denoising using shot detection, compensation, intensity calculations, and motion estimation process.