Speech Prediction in Silent Videos using Variational Autoencoders

11/14/2020 ∙ by Ravindra Yadav, et al. ∙ 0

Understanding the relationship between the auditory and visual signals is crucial for many different applications ranging from computer-generated imagery (CGI) and video editing automation to assisting people with hearing or visual impairments. However, this is challenging since the distribution of both audio and visual modality is inherently multimodal. Therefore, most of the existing methods ignore the multimodal aspect and assume that there only exists a deterministic one-to-one mapping between the two modalities. It can lead to low-quality predictions as the model collapses to optimizing the average behavior rather than learning the full data distributions. In this paper, we present a stochastic model for generating speech in a silent video. The proposed model combines recurrent neural networks and variational deep generative models to learn the auditory signal's conditional distribution given the visual signal. We demonstrate the performance of our model on the GRID dataset based on standard benchmarks.

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