* NOTE: This post has been recently updated. Please view our new post titled Searchable Enterprise Video: Metadata, Speech Search And Speech To Text. Thank you!
Qumu has been bringing video to life on SharePoint platforms for years. With Qumu as a video engine, SharePoint 2010 and 2013 users have been able to watch live and on-demand video from anywhere in SharePoint, create and share video between coworkers and leverage the power of video throughout the enterprise.
This week, we’re excited to announce enhancements to the Qumu Video App for SharePoint 2013 that bring new power to SharePoint implementations that want to take full advantage of video including the addition of in-player Speech Search functionality. Speech Search indexes the spoken words in the audio of videos, enabling users to search through audio tracks in videos to swiftly and efficiently locate the information they need directly through the video player.
Speech Search: a new kind of video search
Speech Search, which is unique to Qumu’s enterprise video platform, is a revolutionary way to organize and ingest information from videos. In its embedded form within SharePoint and Qumu’s Video Control Center 7.0, users are able to search for words and phrases within individual videos and jump directly to the incidences where those words are spoken. This reduces time to knowledge and accelerates the way employees do business with video. Speech Search makes searching videos faster and more accurate than searching transcribed video text.
Qumu’s integrations with both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint2013 are available now.
We will be attending the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas
next week, visit us at booth 1124 to discuss more about how SharePoint does video. I hope you stop by to see the new Qumu Video App for SharePoint 2013 in action!
Learn more about adding video to SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2010.