Use Case - DEEP GENERATOR

Automated thumbnails creation

How can I automatically create thumbnails for the media library from my material? 

Anyone who needs meaningful thumbnails of video files for their media library or editorial work. 

The Problem

Media libraries contain a lot of material, so much that it’s easy to lose track of it all. In many cases, it is very difficult for users of the media libraries to recognize what is behind certain videos. Without images it is not possible to recognize the content of the listings. Manually extracting thumbnails is extremely time consuming. Is there a way to extract thumbnails automatically with DeepVA?
So how can DeepVA help you find the people or places you’re looking for faster and more efficient?

The Solution

With the help of DeepVA’s Deep Generator you can automatically generate thumbnails from video files. You can choose how many thumbnails should be generated and then decide on specific images. With the appropriate metadata, interest-specific thumbnails can also be generated. For example, if a user is interested in red cars, these can be extracted from the videos and stored as a thumbnail.

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What results can be obtained?

Efficiently generate thumbnails even with large amounts of data

In combination with the Deep ANALYZER, you could, for example, automatically display preview images based on the viewing interest of the respective user profile.

Define the number of suggestions yourself, the thumbnails can then be easily downloaded.

Automated thumbnails creation

Function overview

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Teaser-Frame-Extraction

Automated thumbnails can be output using teaser frame extraction. This makes it possible to work efficiently even with large amounts of content.

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