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The internet is teeming with so much video that searching through it is becoming one of the biggest challenges on the web--and video search engines such as Blinkx and EveryZing are among those racing search giant Google to try to solve the problem, reports USA Today. Both use speech-to-text and other technologies to make video clips easier to search and view. Search technology can read and analyze text on a web site, but the same technology is limited when it comes to video. Most search engines make educated guesses about the contents of video clips based on the coding used
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