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Actually, I am new to this field and would like to work on a project in Video processing. I have a little background in Image processing but would like to study further in video processing. So, If anyone could suggest some readings as pre-requisites for video processing.

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Computer vision algorithms and applications is a fine place to start. It is a big field and this is a nice free survey. – Hammer Oct 23 '12 at 15:02

I recommend Video Tracking: Theory and Practice as comprehensive overview of what have been done in this area for last 15 years. Also, 3D Computer Vision: Efficient Methods and Applications for quick understanding useful algorithms.

This books will be a good start, but when you have enough knowledge, you should start looking into research papers, because information there is more updated than in books.

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