Pop-EyeDevelopment of a multilingual continuous video disclosing tool, subtitle-based indexing and partial translation
SummaryThe Pop-Eye project is building a demonstrator of a multilingual film and video indexing system. Pop-Eye uses natural language processing to index and partially translate text captions that were used to subtitle audio-visual programmes. These multilingual indexes can then be used within broadcasting companies, across the internet, or via an intranet, to help producers to locate and retrieve video fragments to use in new television productions.
Project Duration and FundingPop-Eye is founded by the European Commission, DG XIII
Telematics Applications Programme
Language Engineering Sector
Pop-Eye started in January 1997 and ended in February 1999.
Contact Informationprof. dr. F.M.G. de Jong
Department of Computer Science/CTIT, University of Twente
7500 AE ENSCHEDE
Tel.: +31 53 4894193
Last modified 3 September 1999 by Thijs Westerveld