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Nexidia Integrates Dialogue Search with IPV Curator

The Nexidia integration with IPV Curator allows users to search for words in massive media libraries.
Posted Apr 1, 2014
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Nexidia's Dialogue Search software has been integrated with the IPV Curator media asset management (MAM) system.

Dialogue Search is a tool that uses Nexidia's patented technology to search for any spoken word or phrase across massive media libraries in seconds. IPV publishes media for indexing automatically into Dialogue Search, and the Dialogue Search results are then directly integrated into the IPV Curator search experience, enhancing the user's ability to discover and reuse assets.

"It has always been a priority to help our users to better leverage their assets with IPV Curator and make their media management tasks easier," said David Cole, CEO of IPV, in a statement "Now, with the help of Nexidia, we are extremely pleased to offer our customers compelling new ways to search and manage their media assets."

"The goal of this collaboration is to provide IPV users with a new search method using words and phrases on top of their traditional search via logged metadata," said Drew Lanham, senior vice president and general manager of Nexidia's Media and Entertainment division, in a statement. "This tight integration dramatically expands IPV Curator's search options and enhances the user experience, which in turn improves the discoverability of media and the return on investment, not only for all assets managed by the MAM but also in terms of resources saved from logging or transcription."

The integration was possible through Dialogue Search APIs and marks the first fully integrated version of Dialogue Search into a MAM system. The IPV MAM offers organized hierarchal metadata tracks and asset structures, an advancement that allows for increased automation.

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