Uppsala, Sweden – Inzomia has released Fast Video Cataloger, a video asset management system for Windows that lets video professionals catalog, search, and find video clips in seconds instead of hours. Fast Video Cataloger scans each of your video files and builds a series of evenly-spaced thumbnail images of the video.
Each thumbnail acts as a bookmark. Simply click a thumbnail, and the video is immediately launched at that point in the video.
Cataloging of new videos is automatic, fast, and runs in the background as you use your PC for other work. Point to files or folders that contain videos, and Fast Video Cataloger will scan each video, build thumbnails, and add the information to its catalog.
Fast Video Cataloger delivers several ways of categorizing and retrieving video clips. It’s easy to add tags to any videos, as well as information about the content of the videos. Keyword searches will quickly identify all videos that contain relevant footage. You can even manually add new thumbnails to your video as you watch it. With its combination of tagging, rating, categorizing, describing, and linking, Fast Video Cataloger makes it simple to find and retrieve video clips.
Fast Video Cataloger does not require any special server configuration or support from the IT Department. The software runs on any modern Windows PC. Because Fast Video Cataloger runs locally, there are no huge video files to upload, and no file format conversions are needed.
Sportscasters can use Fast Video Cataloger to parse historical footage of games and interviews and retrieve video clips when they’re needed. News professionals can search video archives in minutes and retrieve the information they need for newscasts and b-rolls. Public relations managers in larger enterprises can locate video clips from corporate advertisements, annual meetings, and other archive footage. Professional videographers can use Fast Video Cataloger to scan their earlier work to find clips to include in proposals to new clients.
Fast Video Cataloger runs under Windows 7/Vista/XP with .NET framework. A single-user license costs $197(US). Multi-user discounts are available. You can download a trial version of Fast Video Cataloger from http://videocataloger.com/.