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The video segmentation problem consists in the identification of the boundary between consecutive shots. When two consecutive frames are similar, they are considered to be in the same shot. In this work, we use the maximum cardinality of the bipartite graph matching between two frames as the dissimilarity distance in order to identify the cut locations. Thus, if two frames are similar then the maximum cardinality is high. We present some experiments to show the high performance of this distance.