The Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Video Indexer Authorization API enables developers to obtain access tokens for calling the Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Video Indexer Operations API, which can be used to extract insights from videos.
Developers can create a free trial account that allows for a limited number of free indexing minutes or choose a paid option for unlimited minutes.
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The Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Swift SDK by Vladimir Danila interacts with the API to access image analysis and character recognition services. Developers can preview the interaction with the APIs that include Computer Vision API, Emotion API, Face API, Video API, Speaker Recognition API, Speech API, Linguistic Analysis API, Web Model Analysis API, and Entity Linking API.
[Editor's Note: This SDK has been archived by its provider and is now read-only.]
The Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Video Indexer C# SDK interacts with the API to access video features, allowing uploading and stabilization. The Video API detects motion, creates intelligent thumbnails, and recognizes faces.