TVU MediaMind uses an AI real-time search engine.
TVU will showcase upgrades and continued integration of AI, automation technology and metadata within its TVU MediaMind media supply chain platform at NAB.
TVU MediaMind uses an AI real-time search engine capable of indexing all media content from the beginning of the video production process. The software has voice and object recognition technology that can locate and index down to the precise frame within live video clips. Station production groups can automatically find the exact content needed to help produce a story for a specific audience.
“With the many, different ways media content is consumed today by viewers, the production process must completely change,” explains Paul Shen, CEO, TVU Networks. “By automating and optimizing the media supply chain process, broadcasters can realize the benefits of taking raw content and re-using it across many platforms, programs and even organizations. TVU MediaMind allows anyone to create stories, wherever and however they want efficiently, effectively and without limits.”
All of TVU’s 5G-ready portable and rack-mount 1080P60 HD and 4KP60 HDR transmitters will be on hand, including the TVU One mobile transmitter with HEVC and patented IS+ technology for broadcast quality transmission. Most recently, TVU transmitted from within the stadium of the Super Bowl using Verizon’s mmWave 5G network.
Among technology on display for remote production will be TVU RPS: a solution for live, remote, synchronized multi-camera production for news and sports that uses a broadcaster’s existing control room and public internet connection.
TVU Anywhere, a mobile app for capturing and streaming live video and TVU Producer, for multi-camera, cloud-based live video production from a web browser will also be on display.
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