Mobius Labs Showcase Latest AI-based Metadata Video Tagging Solution With Visual DNA

At NAB 2023, Mobius Labs, a developer of next-generation AI-powered metadata technology, will demonstrate the latest version of Visual DNA, the company’s unique AI-based metadata solution that can be deployed on premises or in the cloud.

NAB attendees will also see a new suite of complementary audio tools with state-of-the-art speech-to-text and English translation capabilities that further improve asset management workflows and increases the value of an organization’s content.

Visual DNA reduces the processing cost of video ingest, tagging, search and archive. Mobius’ unique one-pass process creates an ultra-compact description of video frames (in essence, the Visual DNA) that is around 1,500 times smaller than the corresponding 4k video. Once assigned, Visual DNA can effectively enable users to turn back time by re-indexing 1 hour of content in under 10 seconds. Thus, tags can always be kept up to date with new metadata using custom trained AI without requiring further ingest and poorly indexed archives become a thing of the past.

In parallel it can generate highly accurate audio transcripts in 30+ languages and optionally translate them into English without having to rely on separate natural language processing modules as required by traditional cloud-based vendors. 

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