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Volume: 5 | Article ID: art00009
Videos in Photo Books and Other Tangible Products
  DOI :  10.2352/ISSN.2169-4672.2014.5.0.22  Published OnlineJanuary 2014

This paper describes in addition to the paper presented last year how videos can be implemented into printed photo books and presents first results about the users' implementation. We will show that –surprisingly or not- pictures from videos are similarly used such as classical images to tell compelling stories. Videos taken with a traditional camcorder are not good candidates for implementation into photo books, as they are usually made with the intention of generating a movie. Videos taken by DSCs and smart phones are taken on the fly and are on average less than one minute in length and are the basis for the following evaluations.

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Reiner Fageth, "Videos in Photo Books and Other Tangible Productsin Proc. Int'l Symp.on Technologies for Digital Photo Fulfillment,  2014,  pp 22 - 24,

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