Rapid, Detail-Preserving Image Downscaling
Image downscaling is arguably the most frequently used image processing tool. We present an algorithm based on convolutional filters where input pixels contribute more to the output image the more their color deviates from their local neighborhood. This preserves visually important details, as we verify in a user study. Our efficient GPU implementation works in real-time when downscaling images from 24M to 70k pixels. Further, we demonstrate empirically that our method can be successfully applied to videos.
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|Be advised: The CUDA and Matlab version do not produce equal results caused by floating point accuracy differences!|
|1.0||September, 20th 2016||SIGGRAPH Asia'16 release||
CUDA: dpid <image> <width> <height> <lambda>
Matlab: dpid(<image>, <width>, <height>, <lamdba>)
<weight>: integer value
<height>: integer value (optionally: either width or height can be 0, to keep aspect ratio)
<lamdba>: float value (should be between 0.0 and 1.0)
<image>: filename (can be any format that OpenCV/Matlab is able to read)
Dependencies (only CUDA)
- Nvidia GPU with Compute Capability 3.0
- CUDA 6.0
- OpenCV 2.1
- CMake 2.8
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