Today, Google officially launched video.google.com. Alongside the new site comes a new browser plug-in based on VLC, the open source video player. With the plug-in installed, users can search and view videos marked with a play button. Google describe the service as part of their mission to “organize the world’s information, and that includes the thousands of programs that play on our TVs every day”. The search technology examines transcript and meta-data associated with the video to provide relevant results for the user. The service also offers information like when the next edition of the program will be screened.
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