Controllable Video Generation by Learning the Underlying Dynamical System with Neural ODE

Videos depict the change of complex dynamical systems over time in the form of discrete image sequences. Generating controllable videos by learning the dynamical system is an important yet underexplored topic in the computer vision community. This paper presents a novel framework, TiV-ODE, to generate highly controllable videos from a static image and a text caption. Specifically, our framework leverages the ability of Neural Ordinary Differential Equations~(Neural ODEs) to represent complex dynamical systems as a set of nonlinear ordinary differential equations. The resulting framework is capable of generating videos with both desired dynamics and content. Experiments demonstrate the ability of the proposed method in generating highly controllable and visually consistent videos, and its capability of modeling dynamical systems. Overall, this work is a significant step towards developing advanced controllable video generation models that can handle complex and dynamic scenes.

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