Mediaproxy has integrated the Vidrovr enterprise video search platform into its LogServer IP-based logging, monitoring and analysis software.

This uses machine learning to enable operators to more easily find and check. 

Search and you shall find: Vidrovr is now on LogServer

Search and you shall find: Vidrovr is now on LogServer

The addition of Vidrovr will make it simpler to search through massive libraries for specific titles and then isolate specific sequences and features within a video. Vidrovr can also search live streams, for an overall managed service. It means LogServer can now perform instant review and reconciliation of video and quick extraction and publication of clips. It also has the ability to search using meta tags, such as Recognized People, Scenes, On-screen text, Transcripts and Activities.

Joe Ellis, CEO and co-founder of Vidrovr, said: “What we share with Mediaproxy is an understanding of the idea of enabled media as a collaboration between technology providers and the user base. The combination of Vidrovr and LogServer is a practical example of that.”

Erik Otto, CEO, Mediaproxy, added: “Together we are offering a very powerful tool that can easily and efficiently carry out vital checks for both linear broadcasting and OTT services.”

Mediaproxy is exhibiting at IBC2019 on Stand 7.B44.