Search Inside Video
YuJa creates multi-faceted meta-layers which enable deep search-inside-video and search-inside-library. Find specific concepts within the audio, slides, indexes, comments, and notes instantaneously.
- Deep video search at the video and library level
- Automatic metadata generation enables high-quality search
- Innovative knowledge search management tools
Full Video Library Search
Unique Visual Search Technology for Full Video Library Search
Search in Slides, Audio, and Notes
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The YuJa Enterprise Video Platform provides Concordia University with an ideal solution that integrates with the college’s existing Moodle learning management system (LMS) to support campus-wide educational initiatives centered on video. Procurement of the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform also provides classroom and conference capture solutions along with video content management, lecture capture, and live streaming.
Powerful Search-Inside-Video Technology
Automatically Generated Metadata Enables Advanced Search
Your search quality is only as good as the available metadata. As a result, the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning to categorize all your media based on:
Slide Content (on-screen text)
Indexes and Table of Contents
Notes and Bookmarks
How it works
How YuJa’s Video Search Works
The ability to search inside your lecture captures is automatically created within the YuJa Cloud and works in tandem with our auto-transcription, third-party transcription, and optical character recognition workflows.
Record and upload
Your recording completes and automatically uploads to the YuJa Cloud for transcoding, post-processing, and multi-device publishing.
YuJa’s auto-captioning processes your audio into a metadata search layer for both improved Section 508 compliance and search capabilities.
Using the text-based captions and associated metadata, the media is indexed for searching. Any word said in the lecture is searchable.