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Comprehensive Video Search Engine Debuts

Today Panopto introduced a product update that allows Panopto customers to search for any word that is spoken or shown in their videos, and fast forward to that precise moment.
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Today Panopto, a video platform provider for the enterprise and education markets, introduced a product update that allows Panopto customers to search for any word that is spoken or shown in their videos, and fast forward to that precise moment.

Every recording, new and old, stored in an organization’s Panopto video library can now be searched for:

●Words spoken by any speaker (with new automatic speech recognition)

●Words that appear anywhere in a video, including text shown on-screen during screencasts and handwritten words shown on whiteboards (with new optical character recognition)

●Words from PowerPoint and Keynote presentations, including speakers notes

●Words that are part of a video’s public notes or comments

Once a keyword has been found in the video, customers can instantly fast forward to the moment in the video where the keyword appears.

For more information on these and other new features, visit the Panopto blog.

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