20.09.2021: Due to the many requests, the submission deadline for VBS2022 has been extended to September 28, 2021!
02.09.2021: Submission deadline for VBS2022 has been extended until September 23, 2021!
28.07.2021: The CFP for VBS2022 is available here.
27.07.2021: A video from VBS2021 (with videos of systems/tools) has been added here.
29.01.2021: On the VBS Facts page you can find some interesting details about the VBS.
20.10.2020: Since the conference date of MMM 2021 has moved to June 22-24, 2021, the VBS 2021 will take place on June 22, 2021!
14.01.2020: People from the VBS community are organizing a workshop on „Interactive Multimedia Retrieval“ at ICME 2020. Please consider sending a contribution to this workshop.
09.11.2019: The preliminary program for VBS 2020 is online.
30.09.2019: A new video about the VBS 2019 is available here: http://videolectures.net/multimediamodeling2019_video_browser_highlights/
13.09.2019: A lot of existing analysis data and methods are shared by several teams for your convenience! This includes concept analysis, text and speech analysis, a neural network for detecting shot boundaries, and much more. See ‚Available Analysis Data‘ here.
07.09.2019: Slides of the Keynote Talk about the Video Browser Showdown, presented by Klaus Schoeffmann at CBMI 2019 are available.
03.05.2019: Please consider submitting a paper to the 1st International Workshop on Video Retrieval Methods and Their Limits (ViRaL 19) at ICCV 2019!
16.01.2019: Photo gallery updated, VBS 2019 infos updated
02.09.2018: The paper submission deadline for VBS2019 has been extended to September 17, 2018!
26.07.2018: A video of the ITEC system (used by ITEC1 and ITEC2 in 2018) is available here.
23.07.2018: The HTW team has released an iOS app that integrates their successful color-aranged map and allows you to browse your own pictures with it. Check it out here!
20.03.2018: VBS2019 Call-for-Papers is available.
18.03.2018: Screenshots of VBS2018 Systems have been posted.
07.02.2018: Introduction and Results of the VBS2018 are available as slides here.