IBC 2017

At this year’s IBC in Amsterdam, Fraunhofer IDMT will be presenting a further updated set of its A/V analysis and search technologies.

Segment Matching

Automatic detection of partial content overlaps within and across media asset management systems, which can be used for duplicate removal, metadata curation, rights clearance or radio/TV stream analysis.

Metadata Extraction

Automatic distinction between speech and music, to detect video shots and objects in videos, or to annotate tempo, mood or genre information from music.

Audio Phylogeny Analysis

Automatic selection of the best-quality “root” item and to detect the processing history within a set of transcoded copies.

Audio Forensics

Automatic detection of recording devices, e.g. to adapt further processing, to detect traces of previous encoding to avoid quality problems, or to detect traces of editing.

Open-Source Framework for multi-modal analysis and recommendation

Can be used to flexibly re-arrange open-source and closed-source extractors into complex analysis workflows for cross-media search and recommendation.

Quality Control

Newly-integrated functionalities for easyDCP, the professional movie post-production solution provided by Fraunhofer IIS

Event Archive

NAB Show 2017

  • Audio and Video Segment Matching
  • Automatic A/V Annotation
  • MICO: An Open-Source Framework for multi-modal Analysis
  • Automatic Quality Control (QC)

SXSW 2017

Hannover Messe

Acoustic condition monitoring and quality control for Industry 4.0

  • Pattern recognition
  • Secure processing of measurement data

Control 2017

Solution for Airborne Sound based Process Monitoring and Quality Assessment

  • Machine learning algorithms
  • Secure transfer of acoustic measurement data

CeBIT 2017

Acoustic condition monitoring for production processes and product quality

IBC 2016