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Elastic Media, which provides cognitive real-time video editing and streaming technology, has launched the Elastic Video Engine (EVE).

gaming 17 july 2017EVE comprises a Video-on-demand (VOD) clipping bot that allows video game streamers to produce useable content from assets that were previously less accessible.

The clipbot uses artificial intelligence (AI) and proprietary deep-learning technology to automatically detect single games within complete game play video VODs, which can be up to eight hours long. EVE then splits these into intuitive segments and creates video clips that can be monetised, distributed to viewers and help players to build their brand on social media.

“We’re extremely pleased to launch EVE and excited to see where this technology will take us," said Ronen Shoval, CEO and founder of Elastic Media. “Competitive gaming really does have its sights set on the stars at the moment, and continues to grow at an exponential rate year-on-year. At Elastic Media, we feel it’s important that those within the gaming community have the best tools available to find, create and enjoy their favourite content.”

EVE also automatically tracks metadata, taking it directly from the video file – intuitively tracking statistics across a range of areas such as win/loss percentages, and how often particular ‘heroes’ are picked across a range of games. With EVE, streamers content creators and competitive gamers can readily collect and analyze data about the games they play, subsequently using it to improve their play or create data-related analytical content for their viewers/followers.

“We’re confident that technology such as EVE is the way forward,” continued Shoval. “It will help to create a faster, automated and altogether more user-friendly experience for competitive gamers and their fans, and we passionately believe that it has all the right qualities to revolutionise the way people consume video content.”