Media Indexing Engine

Media Indexing Engine


Revolutionise multimedia management with AI

Discover our Media Indexing Engine, designed to intelligently manage and retrieve multimedia content. Thanks to automated organisation and categorisation of images, videos, and audio files, you will unveil the full narrative depth of your materials.

Media Indexing Engine

Media Indexing Engine is an AI tool designed to efficiently organise and categorise media content. It improves content management in news agencies, media libraries, and film, television and radio production.

Media Indexing Engine

Key features


Analyse Visual Content

Identify persons, emotions, places, objects and texts

Our tool uses AI to automatically identify people, emotions, places, objects, and text within images and videos. This comprehensive understanding enhances searchability and categorisation, making content more accessible and actionable.


Analyse Audio Content

Create audio descriptions, diarization, and translations; identify specific sounds

Our advanced AI not only creates audio descriptions and diarization for spoken texts but also offers translations into any language, identifies explicit language, and detects emotional undertones. This multi-layered analysis provides a richer, more nuanced understanding of your audio files.


Find Relevant Scenes

Identify moments with specific video and audio elements

Media Indexing Engine pinpoints specific moments in video and/or audio. Integrating images, emotions, sounds, and text enables precise identification of complex scenes or sequences of events, like uncovering street scenes with police sirens. This approach simplifies searches and enriches interactions, offering a comprehensive and engaging multimedia experience.

Media Indexing Engine

Areas of application

Film Studios, Media Libraries & Archives

Media Indexing Engine is perfect for studios with vast film databases that need diverse information about every scene. It can detect faces, emotions, objects, but also specific scenes including a combination of elements. It also processes audio tracks like dialogues, sounds, and music.

News Agencies & Publishers

Our engine revolutionises how news agencies access multimedia content, e.g. photos, offering instant search through extensive databases. By supporting multi-element searches, it outpaces traditional single-tag systems, enabling faster, more precise content creation for timely press releases.

Television & Radio

Our engine simplifies the search in movies and tracks by enriching materials with descriptive tags. Users can easily find elements like people, locations, and emotions by typing general descriptions of scenes. The tool returns results with accuracy and speed essential for the broadcasting sector.

Media Indexing Engine

Game-Changing Benefits
for Your Company

Automated Categorisation

Instantly organise content using AI

Smart Tagging

Get in-depth insights for every media piece

Content Accessibility

Quickly find the right scenes

User Engagement

Connect the audience with compelling content

Media Indexing Engine

Product onboarding

What will we need to implement this solution?


Price is based on: data volume, indexing scope (recognition of: persons, emotions, places, sounds, dialogues), media formats and sources, deployment type (cloud-based or on-premise), number of integrations and expected performance.


The implementation time depends on above-mentioned factors, but also organisational and formal requirements specified by the customer. The average go-to-market time is 2-4 months.

Client Engagement

We'll need access to your media libraries and details of your current system to customise our solution to your needs.


Our products are designed for seamless integration with various client systems, ensuring a straightforward setup.

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Additional information



4,633,997.51 PLN


Contribution from European funds

3,485,668.54 PLN


Project implementation period

2020 – 2022

The development of the WARRP platform was co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund within the Intelligent Development Program 2014 – 2020.

The project was realised as part of a competition by the National Centre for Research and Development: "Industrial research and development work carried out by enterprises," action: "Industrial research and development work conducted by enterprises."

logotypes of: WEBSENSA, NCBiR, European Funds, Rzeczpospolita Polska, Euopean Union