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VIDROVR has announced that it raised an additional $2.5 million in funding for video robotic process automation (VRPA). The company is focused on changing the way government agencies and major businesses manage and leverage video data.
Every year Associated Press (AP) produces around 15,000 hours of live video news output from which a further 3,000 hours of clips are created for distribution. To do so, thousands of hours are spent manually shot-listing and manually transcribing that content. When there aren’t the resources to shot-list and transcribe everything fully, good content can get buried in the archive.
The addition of Vidrovr will make it simpler to search through massive libraries for specific titles and then isolate specific sequences and features within a video. Vidrovr can also search live streams, for an overall managed service. It means LogServer can now perform instant review and reconciliation of video and quick extraction and publication of clips.