Speech based audiovisual content annotation and contextualisation at NISV
|Title||Speech based audiovisual content annotation and contextualisation at NISV|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Conference Name||APPLICATIONS IN LANGUAGE AND SPEECH TECHNOLOGY|
|Authors||Ordelman, Roeland J. F.|
|Publisher||Nederlandse Vereniging voor Fonetische Wetenschappen|
|Conference Location||Nijmegen, The Netherlands|
The audiovisual archive of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (NISV) consists of more than 700000 hours of radio, television, documentaries, films and music and is growing every day (15000 hours of video annually). As the traditional manual annotation process is costly and limited by definition, new annotation strategies need to be explored to enable access to the variety of user types, both professional and non-professional, in our present-day information society. In my talk, I will give an overview on new annotation and contextualisation strategies that are being deployed or tested within the context of the NISV archive and zoom in on strategies that make use of the speech present in audiovisual content.