VideoSurf is video search engine that allows users to search, discover and watch online videos. Using computer vision VideoSurf has allows computers to find content inside videos to let users find and watch videos. VideoSurf's APIs allow you to search and display the index of millions of online videos, along with computer vision features, on your own website. Intelligently selected thumbnail images as well as a full visual summary of each video, titles, descriptions, related tags, related topics, and more. With the API, developers have the ability to refine result sets by characters that appeared in the videos; include/exclude results by video provider, and the ability to refine results by content type.
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