Video Semantics Launches Full Video Transcription and Tagging Solution for Higher Education Colleges and Universities
Video Semantics a rising start-up technology company has been providing automated contextual video tagging and segmentation capabilities to video content producers and aggregators, and has recently expanded its services for higher education institutes allowing high quality transcription services at a fraction of the cost of existing solutions in the market place.
Ellicott City, MD (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
Transcription services for video content are required for improved student retention, accessibility and compliance with various mandates and regulations such as American Disability Act (ADA). Video Semantics automated machine processed transcription uses sophisticated language and acoustic models, and complementary technologies to address issues of accent, background noise and domain specific terminology. Campuses can now break barriers that have existed for quite a while, ranging from cost to technical limitations. Our technology can even surpass human transcription when it comes to processing speed, accuracy and overall quality, at a much lower cost.
Video Semantics currently has a large University customer in the Mid-Atlantic region using its transcription services as well as its contextual video tagging capabilities.
According to Ayman Nassar, Vice President of Product Management at Video Semantics the technology supports audio files as well as video programming. College and Universities can now focus on their core mission of education and research and receive enhanced quality data through Video Semantics services allowing reduced operating expenses, improved video and audio content promotion on the Internet and within the campus network, elimination of back logs, delays, student and staff frustration and adherence to funding agency and government regulations.
Campuses interested in Video Semantics low cost automated transcription services and enhanced video and audio tagging capabilities are invited to Video Semantics complimentary online webinar on September 12th, 2013 at 2:00 pm EDT, as Dr. Wael Abd-Almageed, founder and CTO of Video Semantics shares latest trends and developments in transcription technology and how higher education institutes can leverage these opportunities leading to improved student experiences and a stronger learning-centered environment. Registration is available online here.
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