JP5621834B2 - Recording control apparatus, recording control method, and program - Google Patents

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JP5621834B2
JP5621834B2 JP2012267437A JP2012267437A JP5621834B2 JP 5621834 B2 JP5621834 B2 JP 5621834B2 JP 2012267437 A JP2012267437 A JP 2012267437A JP 2012267437 A JP2012267437 A JP 2012267437A JP 5621834 B2 JP5621834 B2 JP 5621834B2
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The present invention relates to a recording control apparatus, a recording control method, and a program for recording image data .

  As a conventional technique, there is an image synthesis technique for generating a so-called multi-motion image. This image composition technique continuously captures a background image and a plurality of images in which a subject operating in the background image exists. Then, only a subject image excluding the background of the background image is cut out from a plurality of images taken continuously, and the extracted subject images are pasted on the background image and synthesized.

  As a result, a multi-motion image in which subject images that change sequentially in a time-division manner with the number of images taken on the background can be obtained. Therefore, according to this multi-motion image, for example, the movement trajectory of the athlete can be superimposed and displayed on one image continuously, so that the movement trajectory of the athlete can be easily expressed (for example, the following patent document) 1).

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2006-5542

  However, the above-described multi-motion image is useful for grasping the locus of movement of a subject such as a sports player, but there is a problem that it is difficult to grasp a region that is not moving because it is a composite image. In order to solve this problem, it is desirable to record individual images taken continuously, but instantaneous images are often difficult in terms of reproducibility, and it is the same again to record individual images. However, there is a problem that it is not realistic to want to shoot in a different situation.

  In addition, there is a problem that the individual images continuously taken apart from the generation of the multi-motion image are not considered to generate an association with each other, and there is a problem in subsequent image management.

  The present invention has been made in view of such conventional problems, and can easily and continuously create continuous shot images and multi-motion images so that the user can accurately grasp the movement of the subject in a single shooting. The purpose is to be able to manage.

To solve the above problem, a plurality In the recording control device according to the invention of claim 1, which is acquired acquiring means for acquiring a plurality of image data of a subject picked up continuously by the acquisition means Selection means for selecting one piece of image data from the image data, and the selected image data and the plurality of other images based on the image data selected by the selection means and the other plurality of image data Extracting means for extracting difference image data indicating a difference from the data, combining means for combining the selected image data and the difference image data extracted by the extracting means as one combined image data, and the selecting means And recording control means for recording the extracted difference image data and the extracted difference image data as one file.
Further, in the recording control apparatus according to the second aspect of the invention, the recording control means further records the image attached information related to the selected image data and the difference image data, and records the added information. To do.

According to a third aspect of the present invention, there is provided the recording control apparatus according to the first aspect of the present invention, wherein the first thumbnail data generation for generating thumbnail data by reducing the selected image data and the extracted difference image data. And the recording control means further records the thumbnail data as well.

The recording control apparatus according to a fourth aspect of the present invention further comprises second thumbnail data generation means for generating thumbnail data from a plurality of image data acquired by the image acquisition means , and the recording control The means is characterized in that the thumbnail data is added and recorded as one file.
In the recording control apparatus according to the fifth aspect of the invention, the recording control means includes the synthesized image data synthesized by the synthesizing means, the selected image data, and the extracted difference image. The data is recorded as one file.
The recording control apparatus according to claim 6 further includes holding means for temporarily holding a plurality of image data acquired by the acquisition means, and the selection means is held by the holding means. One image data is selected from the plurality of image data.

Further, in the recording control method according to the invention of claim 7, wherein an acquisition step of acquiring a plurality of image data of a subject picked up continuously, a plurality of image data acquired in this acquisition step Based on the selection step of selecting one piece of image data, and the image data selected in this selection step and a plurality of other image data, the selected image data and the other plurality of image data An extraction step of extracting difference image data indicating a difference, a synthesis step of synthesizing the selected image data and the difference image data extracted in the extraction step as one synthesized image data, and the selection step A recording control step of recording the selected image data and the extracted difference image data as one file. To.

Another aspect In the program according to the invention of claim 8, the computer, acquiring means for acquiring a plurality of image data of a subject picked up continuously, a plurality of image data acquired by the acquiring means A selection unit that selects one piece of image data, and indicates a difference between the selected image data and the plurality of other image data based on the image data selected by the selection unit and the plurality of other image data. Extracting means for extracting difference image data, combining means for combining the selected image data and the difference image data extracted by the extracting means as one composite image data, image data selected by the selecting means , Functioning as a recording control unit that controls the recording unit to record the extracted difference image data as one file. And features.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to create a continuous shot image and a multi-motion image that allow the user to accurately grasp the transition of the movement of the subject by one shooting, and easily manage it.

It is a rear view of the digital camera which concerns on one embodiment of this invention. It is a block block diagram which shows the circuit structure of the digital camera. It is a flowchart which shows the process sequence in continuous shooting mode. It is a display figure which shows an example of the display state of a display apparatus. It is explanatory drawing which shows the procedure of multi motion composition. It is a conceptual diagram which shows the memory | storage state of a memory | storage device.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described. FIG. 1 is a rear view showing an appearance of a digital camera 1 according to an embodiment of the present invention.

  On the back of the digital camera 1, a menu key 2, a mode dial 3, a display device 4, a cursor key 5, a SET key 6, and the like are provided, and a shutter button 7 is provided on the upper surface.

  The menu key 2 is operated when a menu screen on which a menu to be selected is displayed is displayed on the display device 4, and the mode dial 3 displays selectable modes such as a normal shooting mode, a continuous shooting mode, and a playback mode. 4 to be displayed.

  The cursor key 5 is a key that is operated when a menu, an icon, or the like displayed on the display device 4 is specified with a cursor when selecting a menu or setting a mode. is there. By depressing the arrow portion of the cursor key 5, the cursor can be moved up and down or left and right. The SET key 6 is a key that is pressed when the item displayed by the cursor key 5 is selected and set. The SET key 6 can also be used as a confirmation key. The shutter button 7 is a key for generating an imaging start instruction signal in response to pressing.

  Although not shown on the side, a USB (Universal Serial Bus) terminal connection used when connecting to an external device such as a personal computer or a modem and a USB cable is provided, and an imaging lens 8 described later is provided on the front side. Is provided.

  FIG. 2 is a block configuration diagram showing an outline of the electrical configuration of the digital camera 1. The digital camera 1 has an AE (Automatic Exposure), AF (Auto Focus) function, and a continuous shooting function, and mainly includes the following parts. That is, the digital camera 1 has an imaging element 9 as an imaging unit that photoelectrically converts an optical image of a subject imaged by the imaging lens 8 and outputs it as an imaging signal. The image sensor 9 is driven by a drive signal based on a timing signal generated by a timing generator (TG) included in the camera control unit 10.

  The imaging lens 8 includes a focus lens and a lens motor for moving the focus lens on the optical axis. The position of the focus lens on the optical axis is controlled by driving the lens motor in accordance with a command from the camera control unit 10.

  The output signal of the image sensor 9 is converted to a digital signal by a signal conversion unit 11 including an A / D (Analog / Digital) converter and the like, and then sent to the camera control unit 10. The camera control unit 10 stores imaging data after A / D conversion in a RAM (Random Access Memory) 12. The signal processing unit 14 performs RGB interpolation processing for generating R (red), G (green), and B (blue) color component data (RGB data) for each pixel in the image data stored in the RAM 12, and RGB data. YUV conversion processing for generating YUV data consisting of a luminance signal (Y) and color difference signals (U, V) for each pixel, and digital signal processing for improving image quality such as auto white balance and edge enhancement are performed.

  When the shooting mode is set, the YUV data stored in the RAM 12 is converted into a video signal by the display control unit 13 every time one frame is accumulated in the RAM 12, and then the display device 4 (liquid crystal monitor). ) Is displayed on the screen as a through image. At the time of shooting, the image data temporarily stored in the RAM 12 is compressed and encoded in the signal processing unit 14 by the JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) method, and then, for example, by various memory cards via the external storage control unit 15. It is recorded as a still image file in the configured external storage device 16.

  The still image file recorded in the external storage device 16 is appropriately read in accordance with the user's selection operation in the reproduction mode, decompressed by the signal processing unit 14 and developed as YUV data in the RAM 12, and then the display control unit 13 Is displayed on the display device 4 as a still image.

  The key input block 17 includes a plurality of keys and buttons such as the menu key 2, the mode dial 3, the cursor key 5, the SET key 6, and the shutter button 7. The operation state of each key and button is a CPU (Central Processing Unit). 18 is scanned at any time.

  The CPU 18 performs control of each part constituting the digital camera 1, AE control based on luminance information included in the imaging signal, AF control by a contrast detection method, and the like. Various programs for causing the CPU 18 to perform these controls and various data necessary for each control are stored in a ROM (Read Only Memory) 19. The ROM 19 also stores setting flag information related to various functions of the digital camera 1 including flag information for detecting a mode selection operation by the user and storing the result as flag information.

  The USB terminal connection unit is connected to the external I / F (interface) 20.

  In the present embodiment having the above configuration, when the user operates the menu key 2 to display the menu screen on the display device 4, selects the continuous shooting mode from the menu screen and operates the SET key 6, Continuous shooting mode is set. Then, the CPU 18 executes the continuous shooting mode process shown in the flowchart of FIG. 3 based on the program stored in the ROM 19.

  That is, it is determined whether or not the shutter button 7 has been pressed (step S101). Preferably, when the digital camera 1 is fixed with a tripod or the like and the user presses the shutter button 7, the CPU 18 controls the camera control unit 10 to start exposure of the image sensor 9 (step S102). Subsequently, the image data generated with the start of exposure is read from the image sensor 9 (step S103), and written and held in the memory (RAM 12) (step S104).

  Further, it is determined whether or not continuous shooting for a predetermined number of continuous shots (for example, a predetermined number in the range of 30 to 60) has been completed, that is, whether or not holding of a predetermined number of image data in the RAM 12 has been completed. (Step S105). Steps S103 and S104 are repeated until a predetermined number of continuous shots are completed. By repeating these processes, when a predetermined number of image data is stored in the RAM 12 (step S105 → YES), the exposure is terminated (step S106).

  As a result, the RAM 12 is in a state where a predetermined number of continuous shot image data is held. At this time, sequential numbers such as 1, 2, 3,... Subsequently, the predetermined number of continuous shots of image data held in the RAM 12 are sequentially read (step S107). Then, the read image data is reduced and stored in the RAM 12 as thumbnail data corresponding to the display image to be displayed on the display device 4 (step S108).

  In step S104, it is determined whether or not the reduction process for the predetermined number of continuous image data held in the RAM 12 has been completed (step S109). Until the reduction process for the predetermined number of image data is completed, step S107 is performed. And the process of step S108 is repeated. Therefore, when the reduction process for the predetermined number of image data is completed and the determination in step S109 is YES, the predetermined continuous shooting number of thumbnail data is stored in the RAM 12.

  Then, the CPU 18 reads out the thumbnail data from the RAM 12 and controls the display control unit 13 to display a continuous shot image based on each thumbnail data on the display device 4 (step S110). As a result of the processing in step S110, as shown in FIG. 4, some images P1, P2, P3, and P4 of the continuous shot images based on the respective thumbnail data are displayed on the display device 4 in chronological order.

  In the display process in step S110, as shown in FIG. 4, a left arrow 401, a right arrow 402, a main image selection button 403, a multi-motion button 404, and the like are also displayed on the display device 4. When the left arrow 401 is selected by the operation of the cursor key 5 and the SET key 6, the continuous shot image is scrolled to the left. When the right arrow 402 is selected, the continuous shooting is scrolled. A process of scrolling the image to the right is executed. Therefore, with this scroll display, all continuously shot images can be displayed on the display device 4 having a limited display area.

  Further, in the display process in step S110, as shown in the image P2, the image selected by operating the cursor key 5 and the SET key 6 is displaced above the other images P1 and P3. Also execute. Thereby, the user can distinguish the selected image from other images and can visually recognize it clearly.

  Next, the CPU 18 determines whether or not a main image selection operation by the user has been performed (step S111). Here, the main image is an image serving as a reference when extracting a difference image, which will be described later, and a difference between the main image and another image is a difference image. The main image data is image data representing the main image, and the difference image data is image data representing the difference image.

  The main image selection operation is an operation for designating the main image selection button 403 in a state in which any image displayed on the display device 4 is selected. Therefore, if the user selects the main image selection button 403 with the background image P1 shown in FIG. 4 selected, the process proceeds from step S111 to step S112, and the background image P1 is determined as the main image M. Is done.

  Next, the count value N is reset to “0” in order to specify a comparison target image to be compared with the main image (step S113). Further, the count value N is incremented, and the N + 1th image sequentially stored in the RAM 12 in step S104 is read from the RAM 12 by the incremented count value N + 1 (step S114).

  However, when the image is read from the RAM 12, the N + 1th image is sequentially read from the remaining images except for the main image determined in step S112.

  Subsequently, a difference image between the read N + 1-th image and the main image M is extracted, and difference image data representing the difference image is stored in the RAM 12 (step S115). The extracted difference image is pasted on the main image M (step S116).

  Further, it is determined whether or not the differential image extraction and differential image pasting processing for the predetermined number of continuous shot images (excluding the main image) held in the RAM 12 in step S104 is completed (step S117). Steps S114 to S116 are repeated until the processing for the number of pieces of image data is completed.

  Therefore, as shown in FIG. 4, the difference image PP2 is extracted from the captured image P2 by the process in the first step S115, and the difference image is extracted from the captured image P3 by the process in the second step S115. PP3 is extracted, and the difference image PP3 is extracted from the captured image P3 by the third processing in step S115.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 5A, the difference image PP2 is pasted to the main image M (captured image P1) by the process in the first step S116, and the process in the second step S116. As shown in FIG. 5B, the difference image PP3 is further pasted on the main image M on which the difference image PP2 is pasted. Further, by the third processing in step S116, as shown in FIG. 5C, the difference image PP4 is further pasted on the main image M on which the difference images PP2 and PP3 are pasted.

  As a result, as shown in FIG. 5D, a multi-motion image MM in which the difference images PP2, PP3, and PP4 are pasted on the main image M (captured image P1) is generated in the RAM 12.

  Then, when the differential image extraction and differential image pasting processing for a predetermined number of images is completed and the determination in step S117 is YES, the image data of the multi-motion image MM is compressed (step S118). Further, the multi-motion image MM is reduced to generate MM thumbnail data that is thumbnail data of the multi-motion image MM (step S119). Then, the MM thumbnail data is compressed (step S120).

  Subsequently, the main image data and the difference image data are read out (step S121), and the image data of the main image and the difference image are compressed (step S122). Further, in step S104, it is determined whether or not the image data compression process for the predetermined number of continuous shot images held in the RAM 12 has been completed (step S123), and until the process for the predetermined number of image data ends. Steps S121 and S122 are repeated.

  If the compression processing of the main image data and the difference image data corresponding to the number of continuous shots is completed in this way (step S123 → YES), the main image data and the difference image data are read and reduced (step S124). ). Then, the main image thumbnail data and the difference image thumbnail data are compressed (step S125).

  Further, in step S104, it is determined whether or not the compression processing of thumbnail image data for the predetermined number of continuous images held in the RAM 12 has been completed (step S126), and the processing for the predetermined number of image data is completed. , Steps S124 and S125 are repeated.

  Therefore, when the determination in step S126 is YES and the processing is terminated, at least the following data [1] to [6] are compressed and stored in the RAM 12 respectively.

[1] “MM image data”: image data of the multi-motion image MM compressed by the processing in step S118.
[2] “MM thumbnail data”: MM thumbnail image data compressed by the processing in step S120.
[3] “Main image data”: Image data of the main image compressed by the processing in step S122.
[4] “Differential image data”: Image data of the differential image compressed by the processing in step S122.
[5] “Main image thumbnail data”: image data of the main image thumbnail compressed by the processing in step S125.
[6] “Differential image thumbnail data”: Image data of the differential image thumbnail compressed by the processing in step S125.

  If the determination in step S126 is YES and the processing is completed, an EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) file is created using the data [1] to [6] (step S127).

As a result of the processing in step S127, as shown in FIG.
Image information F10,
Image attached information F11,
MM thumbnail data F12,
MM image data F13,
Main image data F20,
Difference image data (1) F21 to difference image data (N) F2N,
Main image thumbnail data F30,
Difference image thumbnail data (1) F31 to difference image thumbnail data (N) F3N,
An EXIF file F is created.

  In each data constituting the EXIF file F, the image information F10 is information related to the MM thumbnail data F12, and is information such as shooting information, image size, and image parameters. The image attachment information F11 includes main image data F20, difference image data (1) F21 to difference image data (N) F2N, main image thumbnail data F30, difference image thumbnail data (1) F31 to difference image thumbnail data (N) F3N. Information, such as the image size and the address of each image.

  Thereafter, the CPU 18 writes the created EXIF file F into the external storage device 16 via the external storage control unit 15 (step S128). Further, since the EXIF file is created and written to the external storage device 16, image data and display data are no longer needed in the RAM 12, so these image data and display data are erased from the RAM 12 (step S129) and processed. Exit.

  Accordingly, since the EXIF file F is stored in the external storage control unit 15, the user can freely use the EXIF file F stored in the external storage control unit 15 at a later date. Therefore, from the main image corresponding to the main image data F20 and the difference images corresponding to the difference image data (1) F21 to the difference image data (N) F2N, a number of difference images smaller than the total number N arbitrarily selected are recorded. By pasting the image on the image, a multi-motion image in which the subject images are continuous with any change can be created so that the user can accurately grasp the movement of the subject.

  Further, the multi-motion image can be viewed on the display device 4 by reproducing the MM image data F13 and the MM thumbnail data F12 in accordance with the designation operation on the multi-motion button 404.

  In addition, by using the difference image thumbnail data (1) F31 to the difference image thumbnail data (N) F3N, it is possible to display the subject that changes sequentially on the display device 4 as a thumbnail, thereby clearly showing the individual movements of the subject. It can also be visually recognized.

  In the present embodiment, the thumbnail data of the difference image is recorded. However, the thumbnail data of each continuously shot image may be further recorded. In this way, even if the playback device does not have a function of generating thumbnail data by combining the main image thumbnail data and the difference image thumbnail data, an image based on the thumbnail data of the continuous shot image can be played back. This makes it possible to increase the utility value of continuous shot images.

  In S118 to S122 of this embodiment, the main image data and the difference image data are compressed after the MM thumbnail data is compressed, but the MM thumbnail data is compressed after the main image data and the difference image data are compressed. The compression process may be performed.

2 Menu Key 3 Mode Dial 4 Display Device 5 Cursor Key 6 SET Key 7 Shutter Key 8 Imaging Lens 9 Image Sensor 10 Camera Control Unit 11 Signal Conversion Unit 12 RAM
13 Display Control Unit 14 Signal Processing Unit 15 External Storage Control Unit 16 External Storage Device 17 Key Input Block 18 CPU
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  1. Image acquisition means for acquiring a plurality of image data relating to a subject imaged continuously;
    Selection means for selecting one piece of image data from the plurality of image data acquired by the acquisition means;
    Extraction means for extracting difference image data indicating a difference between the selected image data and the plurality of other image data based on the image data selected by the selection means and the plurality of other image data;
    Synthesizing means for synthesizing the selected image data and the difference image data extracted by the extracting means as one synthesized image data;
    Recording control means for recording the image data selected by the selection means and the extracted difference image data as one file;
    A recording control apparatus comprising:
  2.   The recording control apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the recording control unit further records the image attached information related to the selected image data and the difference image data.
  3. A first thumbnail data generating unit that generates thumbnail data by reducing the selected image data and the extracted difference image data;
    The recording control apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the recording control unit further records the thumbnail data as well.
  4. Second thumbnail data generation means for generating thumbnail data from a plurality of image data acquired by the image acquisition means ;
    3. The recording control apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the recording control unit records the file as a single file by adding the thumbnail data.
  5. The recording control unit records the combined image data combined by the combining unit, the selected image data, and the extracted difference image data as one file. 4. The recording control apparatus according to any one of items 4.
  6. A holding means for temporarily holding a plurality of image data acquired by the acquiring means;
    The recording control apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the selection unit selects one piece of image data from a plurality of image data held by the holding unit.
  7. An acquisition step of acquiring a plurality of image data relating to a subject that has been continuously imaged;
    A selection step of selecting one piece of image data from the plurality of image data acquired in the acquisition step;
    An extraction step for extracting difference image data indicating a difference between the selected image data and the other plurality of image data based on the image data selected in the selection step and the other plurality of image data; ,
    A synthesis step of synthesizing the selected image data and the difference image data extracted in the extraction step as one synthesized image data;
    A recording control step for recording the image data selected in the selection step and the extracted difference image data as one file;
    Including a recording control method.
  8. Computer
    Acquisition means for acquiring a plurality of image data relating to a subject imaged continuously;
    Selection means for selecting one piece of image data from the plurality of image data acquired by the acquisition means;
    Extraction means for extracting difference image data indicating a difference between the selected image data and the other plurality of image data based on the image data selected by the selection means and the other plurality of image data;
    Synthesizing means for synthesizing the selected image data and the difference image data extracted by the extracting means as one synthesized image data;
    Recording control means for controlling the recording unit to record the image data selected by the selection means and the extracted difference image data as one file;
    A program characterized by functioning as
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