At Metadata Labs, we specialize in finding, understanding, and delivering Web-based media content. Our distributed crawler continually locates new video and audio files from all over the Web at an average of about 1.5 million every day, or 17 new content files per second. Using a variety of techniques, we extract video metadata, index and categorize the content, and deliver it as raw data or in a user-friendly channel format.
Podly.tv is an internet TV service optimized for the living room 'lean back' experience. Easily browse videos from thousands of channels with a simple remote. No keyboard or mouse is needed.
debsnews is a faster, and easier way to keep up with the latest news. Here you can browse recent or popular videos by channel, and create your own custom view into the world of online video.
The Metadata Labs API gives developers a way to tap into the stream of new videos that are posted to the Web. Our Video Firehose publishes information about new videos as soon as our crawlers find them. On average, we publish the locations and metadata for more than 800 new videos every minute. That works out to something like 40+ hours of new content delivered to you. The Video Firehose is a totally free service. Developers are free to use the data in their programs to create new and innovative services.
Metadata Labs' products and services are made possible in large part by our focused distributed crawler, MLBot. Using advanced machine learning techniques, MLBot is able to quickly zero in on sites that publish media files of all types. We are continually improving the crawler's ability to locate timely and relevant information. If you have questions, comments, or other issues with our crawler, please read the FAQ and then contact us if necessary.
We are dedicated to providing high quality support for our products, including answering user questions as quickly as possible. If you have questions about Metadata Labs or our products and services, visit our customer care site on Get Satisfaction. We will make every effort to respond quickly.
To keep up with the latest happenings at Metadata Labs, including previews of what we're working on, new product announcements, and periodic technical discussions from our developers, visit the Metadata Labs blog.