Newsbridge Unveils Next-Generation MXT-1.5 AI At The 2024 NAB Show

AI and cloud media company Newsbridge will showcase groundbreaking new features powered by the latest version of its AI indexing models. Attendees will see how MXT-1.5’s new sequences detection and sound bites features automatically highlight the best moments in a video to help editors and producers create content faster.

NEW features include:

  • Sequences Detection: Enabling users to instantly find the moments they need to build a story, MXT-1.5 improves the relevancy of search results by automatically grouping shots into the editorial sequences that content producers are looking for.
  • Automatic Sound Bites: MXT-1.5 automatically highlights soundbites in a video, allowing journalists and editors to instantly discover compelling quotes to help tell their stories without needing to spend time scrolling an entire video or transcript.
  • Media Topic Categorization: MXT-1.5 automates the categorization of videos into relevant overarching topics or themes defined by the user. By handling the mundane, time-consuming task of content classification, the technology enables media managers to focus on more strategic and creative tasks.

Intelligent Media Sorting and Editorial Insights With Unmatched Accuracy
At the show, Newsbridge will unveil powerful new features in its most sophisticated AI indexing models yet. Video scene descriptions generated by MXT-1.5 are 87.5% more accurate than other open source vision language models.* This unlocks significant efficiencies for media asset indexing. Using MXT-1.5, content producers can bring up the most relevant moments in their extensive media libraries in seconds. MXT-1.5’s new features and improvements ultimately empower media organizations to create more compelling and monetizable content, faster.

* State-of-the-art AI models released in 2023 and tested against MXT-1.5 on their ability to describe shots from a dataset of 45,000 frames.

Other highlights at the 2024 NAB Show will include:

New User Interface For Enhanced Media Asset Management
Newsbridge will unveil a new-and-improved user interface for its cloud-native platform, elevating the AI-powered video search experience and making it easier than ever for organizations — with their large library of audiovisual content — to work with AI. Newsbridge will also demo the following scalable suite of solutions for media, entertainment, and sports companies:

  • Cloud Media Hub
  • Just Index
  • Live Asset Manager
  • Media Marketplace

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