Authors: Shurui Gui, Chaoyue Wang, Qihua Chen, Dacheng Tao Description: Video interpolation aims to synthesize non-existent frames between two consecutive frames. Although existing optical flow based methods have achieved promising results, they still face great challenges in dealing with the interpolation of complicated dynamic scenes, which include occlusion, blur or abrupt brightness change. This is mainly because these cases may break the basic assumptions of the optical flow estimation (i.e. smoothness, consistency). In this work, we devised a novel structure-to-texture generation framework which splits the video interpolation task into two stages: structure-guided interpolation and texture refinement. In the first stage, deep structure-aware features are employed to predict feature flows from two consecutive frames to their intermediate result, and further generate the structure image of the intermediate frame. In the second stage, based on the generated coarse result, a Frame Texture Compensator is trained to fill in detailed textures. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that attempts to directly generate the intermediate frame through blending deep features. Experiments on both the benchmark datasets and challenging occlusion cases demonstrate the superiority of the proposed framework over the state-of-the-art methods. Codes are available on https://github.com/CM-BF/FeatureFlow.