For immediate release: Fast Video Cataloger 3.5 get feature for video discovery
Videostorm Sweden AB has released Fast Video Cataloger 3.5 to
introduce a discovery mode for offline video clips. Fast Video
Cataloger is a video clip management software for Windows that
presents synopses of large quantities of video files. Visual
search in combination with metadata and keywords let users find
scenes inside videos in a natural way without playing them.
Fast Video Cataloger 3 is a video clip management software for
Windows designed to handle thousands of video files on a
standard PC. The program extracts a wall of thumbnail images to
represent all scenes in each video. This provides a visual
search through inside video files instead of watching the
duration of clips. Each thumbnail doubles as a playable bookmark
for that scene and is manually enriched with keywords for
filtering and searching. Fast Video Cataloger 3.5 introduces
three new windows with functions to assist with video discovery. .
Fast Video Cataloger 3.5 is a personal video clip management
software for Windows with a changeable user layout to fit into
existing video workflows. Each video is represented by a wall of
thumbnail images that combined provides an overview of the whole
collection. New thumbnails and keywords can be added manually
by the user during playback. Search by keywords to find all
individual scenes in the entire catalog matching that keyword.
Drag and drop files from Fast Video Catalog 3.5 to external
video tools for direct access. Fast Video Cataloger version 3.5
adds a build-in tool to automatically remove duplicate video files.
Fast Video Cataloger 3.5 is a Windows tool for communicators,
educators, instructors, researchers, security professionals,
digital media labs, police intelligence specialists, and
everybody who manages video clip collections.
Fast Video Cataloger runs under Windows 8.x/7/Vista/ 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/.