NEC Presents the Technology to Identify Infringing Copies in SecondsAdded: Thursday, May 13th, 2010
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Good news for MPAA – NEC declares their new technology is able to detect even the altered infringing videos like CAMs and caption overlays with just two seconds or sixty frames worth of video.
The Japanese multinational corporation has said it developed a new technology for video identification, which allows to identify the illegal copyright content online in just 2 seconds.
So how does it work? The technology starts with generating a fingerprint in order to identify the content. After that it compares the processing video signatures to those of the originals to detect infringing copies. What is most important, it can even accurately and promptly detect the altered versions of copyrighted video such as caption overlays, CAMs or digital to analog copies.
NEC’s representatives said in a press release that their developments were intended to considerably reduce both cost and time of the content inspections performed manually, and improve the amount and accurateness of video assessment. The technology claims to have a 96% of the accuracy rate and only 1 of every 200,000 case of false alarm. The kicker is that it also can detect the scenes of just 2 seconds length, which was earlier impossible if using traditional methods.
The manual methods of inspection soon faced the problem of incapability to track the increasing volume of online video content. In attempts to solve it different automatic detection instruments have been developed, like digital watermarks, meaning that content was embedded with specific code, as well as the image retrieval technology. But all of them were unable to inspect huge databases and short or edited videos. All these issues are resolved with new NEC technologies.
A simple machine having 3GHz processor can process around a thousand hours of content just in 1 second, so the NEC’s technology is compatible even on home PCs! Now imagine the MPAA filling a room with laptops, which could together really wreak havoc in the Internet. Moreover, NEC calls this just a start and promises to develop the technology in order to make it able to establish a distribution structure which respects all copyrights in future.
May 13th, 2010Posted by:
Thursday, May 13th, 2010
|WinRAR anyone? Problem solved. This just improves the efficiency of what they are already doing. Big deal.|
|posted by (2010-05-13 20:38:52)|
|Thanks SaM, Had me scared for a second, but dslbandit @ #1 seems to have thought it through. No more video samples though unless they RAR those files also.|
|posted by (2010-05-13 21:58:40)|
|Yep just RAR it.|
|Hmmm zzzziiiippppp it.|
What I am curious is this "finger print"?
You have all these video re coders, compression types and on and on.
This software can scan ALL OF THIS?
|i thought that the Japanese were concentrating on robotics but here the come with an evil software ..this is really bad news and i wonder how long we will be able to download stuff :( damn these people do they ever rest ??|
|posted by (2010-05-14 12:12:10)|
|exacly. rar into pieces of film with less the 60frames lol|
|Could be Im missing the point, but I dont see how this is going to help them. You see: almost ALL video content on the net is illegal and they already know that. And the stuff that is legal and is available on legit sites doesnt need scanning LOL It must be me..|
|posted by (2010-05-15 01:33:45)|
|lol, look at that their program hasn't even gone live and someone has already made it obsolete.. let them keep wasting resources they'll never learn ...|
|posted by (2010-05-15 02:55:57)|
|NEC makes a really good DVD drive. In conjunction with Sony...|
|step 1: go to japan|
Step 2: shoot all the computers with semi-automatic weponary....
actually thats pretty much my solution.
|LoL, amusing. ^^||
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