YouTube Users Can Now Automatically Insert Rich Tags Generated from Video Semantics
Video Semantics a rising start-up technology company has been providing automated contextual video tagging and segmentation capabilities to video content producers and aggregators in the information delivery services and education industries, enabling solutions ranging from video monetization to indexing and search.
Ellicott City, Maryland (PRWEB) July 29, 2013
Video Semantics, a world leader in metadata creation and extraction from digital content provides rich metadata for video content producers. Metadata in the form of keywords, names of places and people in the video, contextual tags and summary descriptions are examples of information that can be at the finger tips of video content producers.
Recently, Video Semantics has enabled its mediaTag tagging engine to allow content producers automatic insertion of the rich metadata into YouTube hosted videos. Keywords created by the Video Semantics software can include the topics in the video, related concepts, relevant categories or other information of interest to the viewer.
This new capability relieves content producers and save time and effort. Adding tags and keywords to the YouTube video improves viewability and exposure leading to higher ranks. "Search Engine Optimization (SEO) companies are among the primary interested groups in this technology," states Ayman Nassar, Vice President of Product Management at Video Semantics. Video aggregators, large news networks, newspapers and information delivery service firms dealing with video content can all leverage the power of rich metadata created by the Video Semantics tagging engine.
Video Semantics also plans on supporting other video management platforms such as Vimeo, Brightcove, Kaltura and others. YouTube users interested in learning more about the capability and Video Semantics automatic tagging and segmentation may download a product note illustrating the auto-insertion capability from Video Semantics website. Video Management System vendors interested in integrating Video Semantics capabilities into their offerings may contact the business development office.
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