Release of Analyze 20.1

Release of Analyze 20.1
June 5, 2020 Kristofer

Release of Analyze 20.1

A powerful approach for discovering video evidence

Today, we are thrilled to announce the release of Analyze 20.1. This release is all about making investigations of video material smoother and more efficient. With the goal of reducing unnecessary time spent on sifting through material, and ultimately closing more cases.

Griffeye Brain is now available for video

The first and biggest news is that Griffeye Brain has now been upgraded to also detect CSA content in videos. Griffeye Brain is already in use by agencies around the world to identify relevant content in massive image sets. With today’s release, it is now possible for investigators to automatically detect and filter out CSA content in both images and videos.

The AI scans through previously unseen media and suggests files that it believes depict child sexual abuse content. When applied to video, it scans through the video frame by frame to identify CSA content and then gives the investigator an overview of where it has been detected (flagging the content from high to low based on a percentage score).

New video player for better performance and smoother experience

In addition to the big upgrade of Griffeye Brain, we have also updated the video player in Griffeye Analyze for better performance and experience of high-resolution videos. This will further help speed up investigations containing large video files.

READ MORE: Griffeye releases new AI that can identify child sexual abuse content in videos

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