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[HDGEM] Use Azure Media Analytics to convert text content in video files into digital text

If you need to extract text content from your video files and generate an editable, searchable digital text, you should use Azure Media Analytics OCR (optical character recognition). This Azure Media Processor detects text content in you video files and generates text files for your use. OCR enables you to automate the extraction of meaningful metadata from the video signal of your media.

When used in conjunction with a search engine, you can easily index your media by text, and enhance the discoverability of your content. This is extremely useful in highly textual video, like a video recording or screen-capture of a slideshow presentation.The Azure OCR Media Processor is optimized for digital text.

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Posted By Blogger to HDGEM at 2/14/2017 02:11:00 PM
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