The Power of Video Intelligence
Advanced video content management is here and it’s easier — and cheaper — than you could have ever imagined.
Searching for meaningful insight within mass quantities of videos is a time consuming, mostly manual process. Whether those files are on your desktop, in a shared server or in the cloud, most “search” tools only get you as deep as file name, file size or maybe the date you created the video.
Without expensive software (or even with those technologies), it’s unlikely you could search across all your videos for a specific person, place, thing or action. For example, can you search for a word or phrase that was spoken about in your videos? How about jumping right to the section of a video where Bob is talking about your new product and showing a slide that says “This Year’s Annual Projection”?
If you answered “no” to either of these, it’s time you took your video content management to a whole new level. Docxonomy, for example, can identify the things that are inside of the video, extracting meaning and understanding from both the spoken words and the imagery. All you have to do, then, is search. For just about anything.
How Does Advanced Video Content Management Work?
Solutions like Docxonomy deliver video search in a whole new way, processing the audio and visual elements like a human being. Docxonomy uses a robust system to break down videos into distinct components:
Docxonomy runs natural language processing system on all audio, converting the spoken words into text. The system then catalogs critical topics, including people, places, and things in a library of terms and makes them available for search. What’s more, Docxonomy reads between the lines. Consider a word that has multiple meanings depending on how it is used. Docxonomy understands how words relate to each other, allowing the system to automatically know what Bob really meant when he said Jane “killed that marketing presentation.”
Docxonomy’s advanced image processing reviews every frame removes all duplicate pictures, then identifies and tags what exactly is being shown in each image. For example, imagine you took a video of the San Francisco Bay. Docxonomy would not only recognize the Golden Gate bridge, a sailboat on the bay and the name of the sailboat painted on the stern but could tell you the boat was flying was an American flag and that the call letters on the side of the sailboat read 5GH843.
Precision is key to video search that’s actually valuable. No one wants to watch or even skim through 45 minutes of a 60-minute video just to find the 2-minute clip they really needed. Whether you’re looking for a particular word, image or concept, Docxonomy not only finds what video it’s in but takes you right to the section of the video in which it appears.
This is just a tiny fraction of the power Docxonomy puts in your hands.