Winnov Newsletter – February 2013 Edition

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Content Management: A Vital Element of the Streaming Video Workflow

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Libraries don’t do you much good when the books are scattered all over the floor. After all, if you have to sort through thousands of volumes every time you want to find a single piece of information, it defeats the purpose of having a content archive in the first place.

We build libraries so that we can retrieve knowledge quickly. Without systems in place to direct us to the information we need, archives can rapidly devolve into sinkholes, time wasted in fruitless searches for a needle of data in a haystack of documents.

Understanding the rationale behind keeping libraries tidy and organized is the first step in recognizing the value of perhaps the most vital element of streaming technology workflow: content management.

Read Steve’s Full Article



Cbox Enriches Content with Powerful Search

Packed with technology and features to further enrich content while reducing costs, Cbox automates meta-tagging to minimize post-production work and make video search and navigation easier and more precise. Automatically extracting text and capturing images from any source in real time, Cbox auto-generates chapters, thumbnails and searchable text– saving users valuable time by eliminating the task of manually adding tags to videos and equipping viewers with powerful search tools to find the information they need.

Additionally, Cbox’s open-ended architecture enables it to not only integrate with speech-to-text service providers to make Cbox’s rich media player even more robust, it also means that Cbox will integrate with any content management solution whether it’s on-premise or in the cloud.



Did You Know?

Cbox allows you to translate scanned images of handwritten, typewritten, or printed text into machine encoded-text.

See Cbox’s real-time text extraction and image capture technology in action:



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