Nexidia Releases Dialogue Search v2.0

Nexidia’s Dialogue Search enables content producers, owners, and consumers to type any combination of words or phrases, and find and preview in seconds any media clip where those words or phrases are spoken, independent of any captions, transcript, or metadata.

Nexidia recently unveiled Dialogue Search v2.0. It dramatically accelerates and enhances search capabilities in a manner that is easy for users to understand and use.

Nexidia’s technology has been awarded twenty one patents and powers enterprise-class installations for major broadcasters of sports, news and entertainment, multinational corporations, government agencies, houses of worship, and educational and political organizations.

In combination with Dialogue Search’s powerful metadata filtering and search capabilities, users can further explore and refine the result set. Using these capabilities, users can dive deeper in to their media, finding assets that would have otherwise gone undiscovered. Results can be quickly previewed in a media player without having to scroll through numerous clips just to find a specific sound bite. Each timecoded result displays a confidence score, enabling users to focus only on the closest matches, or to broaden their review to include subtle variations on the search term.

Dialogue Search includes powerful metadata search and filtering capabilities. For media sets with metadata available, users can choose to filter results based on it or to search the metadata in combination with the dialogue. The combination with dialogue search allows users to leverage all available resources, while also being able to find and generate metadata for assets that did not already have any metadata.

Currently, Dialogue Search can enable search of media stored on the file system or media asset management systems from Square Box CatDV, Dalet, Vizrt, IPV, and Avid. When users find the results they want, the search terms and timecodes can be exported back to those systems or directly to editing applications like Apple FCPX, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer and Pro Tools via XML or AAF.

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