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iSize Technologies introducing BitSave v.2, the next-generation AI-powered Technology and SaaS Video Encoding Platform Posted: 16/03/2020
iSize Technologies to showcase BitSave v.2, the next-generation AI-powered Technology and SaaS Video Encoding Platform at NAB 2020

iSize Technologies, the London-based deep-tech company specializing in deep learning for video delivery, are introducing BitSave v.2, the next-generation ‘precoder’ for perceptual optimization of video content prior to subsequent encoding.

BitSave v.2 is a pixel-to-pixel neural-network solution that optimizes video frames before the pixels reach the video compression software according to the latest advances in perceptual quality metrics. It enhances details of the areas of each frame that affect the perceptual quality score of the content after encoding and attenuates details that are not important.

This is designed to optimally balance perceptual quality against encoding bitrate. The solution is data-driven, trained on large image and video datasets, with no hand-crafted parameters.

It incurs a single-frame latency, can be used with any third-party video encoder with no changes in the encoding pipeline, and can run in real-time for up to 4K resolution.

Tags: iSize Technologies | deep learning | BitSave v.2. neural-network solution | optimization | compression | latency | encoding | decoding | AI | NAB 2020 | NAB 2020
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iSize Technologies talks at IBC on deep neural networks enhancing and accelerate existing video coding standards for internet video Posted: 29/08/2019
iSize Technologies talks at IBC on deep neural networks enhancing and accelerate existing video coding standards for internet video

iSize Technologies, the London-based provider of intelligent video coding and delivery technology, is challenging the industry with a paper at IBC 2019 describing how deep neural networks will enhance and accelerate existing video coding standards for internet video, all without breaking anything in the process.

Tags: iSize Technologies | Deep learning | video delivery | AI | machine learning | video coding | delivery technology | OTT | 4k | 8k | MPEG | HEVC | Google VP9 | AOMedia AV1 | IBC | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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Pond5 Launches Visual Search for Video, Using Proprietary Neural Network to Power Artificial Intelligence-Based Content Discovery Posted: 05/04/2018
Pond5 Launches Visual Search for Video, Using Proprietary Neural Network to Power Artificial Intelligence-Based Content Discovery

Pond5, the world’s leading content marketplace for high-quality royalty-free video and other media, today announced the expansion of its patent-pending AI-based Visual Search platform to include groundbreaking browser-focused and mobile applications.

Tags: Pond5 | content marketplace | artificial intelligence | neural network | deep learning | machine learning | visual search | content discovery | NAB 2018 | NAB 2018
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Comigo Boosts Experience Intelligence Offering With Artificial Intelligence PaaS at IBC2016 Posted: 01/09/2016
Comigo Boosts Experience Intelligence Offering With Artificial Intelligence PaaS at IBC2016
At IBC2016 on stand 3.B52, Comigo will introduce Experience Intelligence (EI) Mind, one of the world's first cloud-based platforms as a service (PaaS) with TV artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. Implementing big data and deep learning capabilities on top of natural language processing (NLP), Comigo's EI Mind employs video, audio, closed captions, and metadata analysis, enabling pay-TV operators and broadcasters to offer unique television experiences. Working as part of Comigo's EI Cloud platform, EI Mind offers unprecedented scene bookmarking capabilities, content enrichment, and content discovery experience beyond traditional programming guides -- driving viewer engagement.
Tags: Comigo | Artificial Intelligence | Big Data | Deep Learning | Algorithm | NLP | IBC2016 | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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