Last week we talked about how Video Transform was able to change the way users handled video transformation tasks. What’s even better than being able to Transform Videos at will? Getting actual, structured information out of them! This week we introduce you Video Transform’s sister, Video Metadata Extraction.
Video Metadata Extraction is a Rust algorithm which functions very similarly to Video Transform, however instead of utilizing algorithms that transform images, it uses algorithms that classify or extract information from images, and returns the information in a structured, timestamped json array file.
This key difference unlocks a whole universe of potential, allowing us to extract any kind of information from any video, given we have the right image processing algorithm. Read More…
At Algorithmia, we have strived to develop a variety of powerful and useful image transformation algorithms that utilize cutting-edge machine learning techniques. These are the building blocks which let any developer build more complex algorithms and solve harder problems, regardless of their preferred language and development platform.
Video Transform is a direct extension of this work. It allows users to transform videos on a frame-by-frame basis, using any existing or future image transformation algorithm on the Algorithmia marketplace. Read More…
As an artist, inspiration can come from anywhere: a particular texture, a design, or even a color scheme.
Instead of spending hours painstakingly extracting the hex codes from all of the important sections of an image, what if there was a way to automatically extract the most important parts of an image?
Color Scheme extraction is able to find the most relevant colors in seconds.
Quick, what languages are these two sentences written in:
“Hey bana bir sorununuz olur mu?”
What about this one?
“Halló ég er með vandamál getur þú hjálpað mér?”
Not easy, right?
Sifting through lots of documents can be difficult and time consuming. Without an abstract or summary, it can take minutes just to figure out what the heck someone is talking about in a paper or report.
And, if you need to get through hundreds of documents – good luck.