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Metadata for video search: Trouvaille

  1. 1. Metadata for video search Trouvaille Karel Braeckman 6 maart 2009
  2. 2. Overview Challenges Example situation Search and annotation  Search: Trouvaille – Sources – Demo  Annotation – Problems – Demo 2 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  3. 3. Challenges Indexing and retrieving video material  Growing database of video material  But video is not self-descriptive → metadata  Annotation: assist archivist with modern tools – Feature extraction – Timecoded attributes  Search: User-friendly application to search through the archive 3 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  4. 4. Example: situation at VRT Search And Annotation Search results 4 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  5. 5. Example: situation at VRT Annotation and search with Basisplus  Basisplus database contains 625 000 items  65 fields (tfw, dienst, formaat, personen, …)  Some fields should be chosen from controlled list: the VRT video thesaurus – Some hierarchy: ‘lead’, ‘broad’ / ‘narrow’ and ‘use for’ terms – More than 300 000 lead terms 5 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  6. 6. Basisplus limitations Annotation by archivist - Knowledge of all fields and thesaurus - Familiar with annotation process But a program maker - Does not know in what field to type - Might use a different term, not contained in the thesaurus - Textual results → limited representation of video 6 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  7. 7. The ideal search application We want all relevant search results Without any false positives In practice a balance between the two User friendly Clear list of results Find desired result fast Jump to relevant part in video  Time coded metadata 7 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  8. 8. Sources used for Trouvaille Current metadata archive (Basisplus) Media Asset Management News feed System (Ardome) News broadcasts (Ardome) + VRT video-Thesaurus + List of Belgian cities 8 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  9. 9. Trouvaille Demo 9 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  10. 10. Annotation Manual annotation is a lot of work assist archivist with modern tools – Annotate efficiently – As much automation as possible Need for time coded metadata  Metadata describes the complete video item  Time codes could mark the time range on which the metadata applies. A lot of metadata is lost during production process  Teletext subtitles  News rundown  Scripts with shots / scenes and their contents 10 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  11. 11. annotation 11 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  12. 12. annotation Assist archivist by partial automation  Split video in shots, audio segments, scenes – Archivist can easily add time coded metadata to a scene – Relevant thumbnail for every shot  Detection, even recognition of faces 12 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  13. 13. annotation Assist archivist by partial automation  Split video in shots, audio segments, scenes  Detection, even recognition of faces  Detect reuse and duplicates 13 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  14. 14. Conclusions New search interface Trouvaille  User friendly  Get desired result fast  Range of views Result is a complete item in Trouvaille  Annotation with time coded metadata (per scene)  Search results should use this time codes 14 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie
  15. 15. Conclusions Annotation application  Partial automation → efficient annotation  Time coded metadata Too often reverse engineering of metadata that was readily available at some stage during production process 15 VRT-medialab: onderzoek en innovatie

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