Why should you use video summarization?
Summarization has many use cases, with one of the most significant being the ability to gauge interest in the content. A flashcard summary can determine how many people will actually watch an entire video. Many people don’t have time to watch an entire video, but they will take the time to watch a video summary. After reading the summary of the video, users can make immediate judgments on its usefulness.
There are also several reasons why video summarization makes sense:
. Video summarization is necessary for efficient viewing on other channels, such as on Instagram, Facebook, and the others.
. In this age of the internet, we all skim websites. We don’t always have the patience to read through everything, and we normally focus on what captures our attention.
. Busy professionals know that shorter is better. If the video content is valuable, your clients will love you for it.
. Video summarizes are cheaper to translate. You can reach a wider audience.
. A shorter content is a mobile/social media friendly format.
Two ways to produce video summaries
The techniques used to produce video summaries can be divided into two broad categories:
– Abstractive video summarisation
– Extractive video summarisation