Validate - for verification of video content.
Codemill says its pro video tool, Accurate.Video Validate is now available in AWS Marketplace. Validate is run on Amazon ECS and includes API integration with a number of Amazon services for quality management of video
Accurate.Video Validate is described as enabling broadcast, VOD and OTT content operations teams to frame-accurately QC high-quality video, with multiple discrete audio channels and subtitles, as well as verify time-based metadata, using a standard web browser.
With Validate, users can verify the quality of the video during production, as well as the associated metadata, audio, subtitles, and any other related attributes. Users can create frame accurate manual markers and visualise them in a browser-based timeline. Multiple video versions, audio tracks, and subtitles can be played in sync to enable verification across multiple versions.
Accurate.Video Validate features API integration with Amazon Rekognition to automate some of those verification processes including the detection of faces, celebrities, objects, human sentiment, on-screen text, shot changes, black and colour bar detection, and end credit detection.
Rickard Lönneborg, CEO, Codemill, commented: “Our main goal is to make our software available as quickly and easily as possible, giving operators and technicians access to the most intuitive, cloud-native QC and validation tools for video, audio, subtitles and metadata. API integration between Validate and Amazon Rekognition greatly reduces manual processes during validation, helping to reduce errors and increase efficiency for our users.”
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