Call for Papers
CVMP 2016 offers the opportunity to showcase your work through submission of Full (up to 10 page) and Short (1 page) papers:
2016 Important Dates
Full papers submission deadline: 25 July 2016
Short papers and demos deadline: 26 August 2016
Notifications (full/short/demos): 15 September 2016
Camera ready deadline (full/short papers): TBA
Conference dates: 12-13 December 2016
We invite submissions of regular, technical papers presenting novel research or applications related to any aspect of media production. We particularly encourage submission of early stage doctoral work. Full length submitted papers should be no more than 10 pages and will be subject to peer review. Accepted papers will be presented in either oral or poster form, and will appear in the ACM Digital Library. Paper review for full papers is double blind.
The demos programme promotes applied research and applications to facilitate collaborations between industrial and academic members of the media production community. Demos do not have to be related to full or short papers accepted at CVMP but should have the form of live demonstrations of media production methods and/or its applications. A 1 page paper should be submitted describing the content of the demonstration and an overview of the approach.
Short paper submissions are invited in the form of a 1 page extended abstract, describing innovative industry practice or academic research. In 2016, short papers will be *not* published via ACM within the proceedings of CVMP 2016, but will be presented in poster form at the conference and appear as printed materials on the day. Paper review for short papers is single blind - there is no need to anonymise your submission.
For both demos and short papers, submissions of a 1 page extended abstract should be made via the CVMP 2016 submission website using the SHORT papers format available below
Links to online videos of work are also encouraged. Submitted demo papers are *not* published, although authors may flag their demo submission for consideration for a short paper if they wish. Accepted demonstrations will be held concurrently with the poster sessions.
Papers are invited in all areas of visual media production related to film, games, and broadcast, not limited to:
3D video capture and 3D-TV
High-dynamic range (HDR) imaging
Image and video synthesis
Image enhancement and restoration
Interactive media and games
Multiple camera systems
Post production using Stereo
3D and motion Pre-visualization
Real-time imaging systems
Relighting images and video
Segmentation and matting
Video and camera tracking
Video-based human motion capture
Visual asset management
Visual effects (VFX)
Real time rendering
Level Of Detail (LOD)
Authors will be notified of paper acceptance on 25th August. Camera-ready versions of the papers incorporating any modifications will be required by 1st September.
Authors of full paper submissions should prepare their manuscript of no more than 10 pages using the conference template, for which LaTeX style files are available to download below.
CVMP 2016 - FULL Papers- LaTeX Template
latex_CVMP.zip (Zip Archive - 1.11Mb)
We are using the Strict ACM style so many questions on the template can be answered via the ACM FAQs linked to from their template page: https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template
Authors of short paper submissions should prepare their one page paper using the template below.
Authors of demos should provide a one page submission describing their demo, using the same format.
CVMP 2016 - SHORT Papers/DEMOS- LaTeX Template
latex_CVMP_short.zip (Zip Archive - 1.02Mb)
In either case, authors should upload a PDF file of no more than 20MB containing their paper. Full papers submissions may optionally include supplementary materials in a single ZIP file of no more than 100Mb (for example, videos or PDFs of additional results). Anonymised links to video hosting sites may alternatively be included in the paper for review purposes.
Submission of both full and short papers should be made using the CVMP 2016 paper submission site: