In the last few years, many law enforcement agencies have adopted body worn cameras. In this blog post, I will provide some background on what is driving the growth and will talk about how AI can help with law enforcement agencies with the processing of videos captured by body worn cameras.
The amount of video on the internet is growing exponentially and will continue to grow for the foreseeable future. And the growth is across multiple industries, such as entertainment, broadcasting, enterprises, public safety and others.
Cloud computing is changing the world and is powering the digital transformation in the media industry.
Today we are releasing our new output format, a simpler schema that will cover most end-user scenarios with less headache. In case you were one of the advanced users who found value in the additional data from our previous output format, you can simply use the “AdvancedOutput” flag.
Media Services is excited to be back at IBC and to be a part of the IBC Hackfest. We are located in Hall 15 MS.1. Drop by to see a demonstration of several of our services including our cutting edge Media Analytics capabilities.
With the exponential growth of user-generated content, it has become even more important for businesses to monitor the content distributed to their users.
Over the past years, Azure Media Services has been working hard with teams in Microsoft Research to produce some of Microsoft’s most amazing media technology.
Azure Media Video Thumbnails let you create a short series of clips or “highlights” for a video.
It’s been a busy year for Azure Media Services (AMS). Over the last 12 months, we have expanded offerings that led to customer wins spanning the globe.
The Azure Media Services team is proud to announce the availability of Azure Media Analytics which is a collection of speech and vision services offered at enterprise scale, compliance, security and…