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Search TV and stream directly to lecture halls at your university
Save your researchers thousands of hours of manual labor—the time they currently spend recording, watching, and coding video—simply by embracing digital technology. The powerful SnapStream appliance combines a DVR with TV search-engine technology to help your students and faculty record, search, and archive thousands of hours of television.
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The Journalism department at Emerson College reinforces media research and content analysis with SnapStream's TV search and clipping capabilities. (Chapter 1 of 5)
SnapStream puts TV at professors' fingertips, allowing multiple users to schedule, search, and identify relevant video from the PC on their desks. It not only streamlines the process, but also eliminates any wait times associated with outsourcing the task to IT staff or teaching assistants (who they may have relied on to set up machines or help cull through piles of VHS tapes).
One SnapStream appliance can record up to 10 TV broadcasts simultaneously and store up to 34,000 hours of TV content. Professors can search recordings by keyword or topic, make focused video clips, and then proceed to download that content, burn it to DVD, e-mail it, or stream it directly to the classroom.
SnapStream's technology revolutionizes how academic research is done, enabling colleges and universities of all sizes to conduct the in-depth, comprehensive broadcast research that, in the past, only large institutions with abounding resources could do. With simple configuration and minimal upkeep, SnapStream enables universities to save the commodities of time, money, and brainpower, helping research teams to stay competitive.
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“It takes seconds and minutes now to do what took weeks or months.”
– Paul Fucito, Director of Communications at the George Washington University