American Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. 2013, 1(3), 46-51DOI:
Abstract: The recent advances in representations of video have achieved outstanding de-noising results, but removing real, structured noise in digital videos remains a challenging problem. In video de-noising the goal of proposed algorithm is to achieve an efficient, adaptive and high-quality video de-noising algorithm. In video and television, noise refers to the random dot pattern that is superimposed on the image as a result of electronic noise. Images taken with both digital cameras and conventional cameras will pick up noise from a variety of sources. This paper deals with performance comparison of Median and Wiener Filters in video de-noising for Gaussian noise and Salt & Pepper noise. Several examples were conducted to evaluate the performance of the median filter and wiener filter on Gaussian noise and salt and pepper noise.