Multilevel profiling of situation and dialogue-based deep networks for movie genre classification using movie trailers

09/14/2021 ∙ by Dinesh Kumar Vishwakarma, et al. ∙ 0

Automated movie genre classification has emerged as an active and essential area of research and exploration. Short duration movie trailers provide useful insights about the movie as video content consists of the cognitive and the affective level features. Previous approaches were focused upon either cognitive or affective content analysis. In this paper, we propose a novel multi-modality: situation, dialogue, and metadata-based movie genre classification framework that takes both cognition and affect-based features into consideration. A pre-features fusion-based framework that takes into account: situation-based features from a regular snapshot of a trailer that includes nouns and verbs providing the useful affect-based mapping with the corresponding genres, dialogue (speech) based feature from audio, metadata which together provides the relevant information for cognitive and affect based video analysis. We also develop the English movie trailer dataset (EMTD), which contains 2000 Hollywood movie trailers belonging to five popular genres: Action, Romance, Comedy, Horror, and Science Fiction, and perform cross-validation on the standard LMTD-9 dataset for validating the proposed framework. The results demonstrate that the proposed methodology for movie genre classification has performed excellently as depicted by the F1 scores, precision, recall, and area under the precision-recall curves.



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