The award-winning technology launched in beta mode in April and will be rolled out at IBC2023 to broadcasters, TV channels, and sports rights holders globally. Capable of indexing more than 500 hours of video per minute, including metadata and descriptions, MXT-1 is a game changer for anyone working with live and archived media, sports, and entertainment content.
“The initial deployments we’ve done with customers during the beta phase show that MXT-1 has the potential to disrupt media workflows far beyond what we expected,” said Philippe Petitpont, co-founder and CEO at Newsbridge. “At IBC2023, we’ll highlight how MXT-1 makes content searchable in less than two seconds and demonstrate advanced new features such as automatic media summaries — comprehensive descriptions of what’s inside users’ video content.”
NEW AI Technology for Faster, More Efficient Media Asset Indexing
Newsbridge will demonstrate its award-winning MXT-1 AI technology for media asset indexing at IBC2023. MXT-1 enables users to automatically index vast amounts of content in record time, and makes searching large video collections as easy and intuitive as searching the web. Fast and scalable, MXT-1 enables users to quickly start enhancing, sharing, and monetizing their live and archived media.
Newsbridge has also redesigned its Cloud Media Hub, offering a new, more intuitive user interface with simpler navigation and enhanced functionality that makes the platform fast to learn and easy to use.
Other new enhancements that will be shown at the company’s IBC2023 stand include:
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