Qumu Adds Speech Search to the Qumu Video App for SharePoint 2013

Oumu, a business video platform provider, today announced the inclusion of Speech Search, along with several other features, to the Qumu Video App for Microsoft SharePoint 2013.

Speech Search, in its embedded form within SharePoint and Qumu's Video Control Center 7.0, lets users search for words and phrases within individual videos and jump directly to the incidences where those words are spoken.

Building on Qumu's Video Control Center platform, the Qumu Video App for SharePoint delivers an integrated enterprise video solution within SharePoint that can scale globally for even the largest enterprises. The enhanced SharePoint 2013 app is available immediately along with the existing Qumu solution for SharePoint 2010.

In addition to offering a video streaming experience, the Qumu Video App, which was released in December, 2013, includes comprehensive video transcoding, advanced filtering, unrestricted scalability, and live video webcasting features. In the most recent update, Qumu has added several new pieces to the integrated enterprise video framework, including Speech Search capability within the Qumu video player.

"By bringing Speech Search functionality to SharePoint 2013, we are giving more power and capabilities to video users throughout SharePoint and across the enterprise," said Vern Hanzlik, Qumu's senior vice president and general manager, in a statement. "Since 2009, we have continued to integrate enhancements to our solution, clearly demonstrating our commitment to deliver scalable enterprise video solutions to SharePoint users."

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