A/V Matching and Phylogeny
The fingerprinting-based technologies robustly detect matches and partial matches including very short segments in audio and video datasets. This can be used for metadata propagation, rights clearance, de-duplication, finding content that stems from the same raw material and event, as well as for monitoring and radio or TV stream analysis.
Audio Phylogeny Analysis automatically detects parent-child relationships in a set of near-duplicate audio items or segments. This helps to calculate the processing history within a set of transcoded copies and to detect the best-quality „root“ original item or segment, which is especially useful for de-duplication purposes.