Great TV user experience demands different image types and they´re sometimes not available
Just so you know: only a 30-minute series episode provides 45,000 snapshots! Then, can you imagine the diversity and amount of metadata involved in the process of image extraction, identification and categorization? The growing popularity of the series, for example, multiplies the need for different images per episode or per season, which, in most cases, are not available. This is a big issue: the lack of metadata puts the entire burden of the process of identifying, formatting and filling of missing images, on the TV operations teams.
What are the consequences?
On the one hand, your human teams having to manually identify each type of image is an inefficiency in time and resources. In addition, the margin of error increases significantly, and, consequently, the operational costs grow
On the other hand, you get a huge amount of generic and minor images.