US 9,813,484 B2
Method and apparatus analysis of event-related media
Tyrone D. Bekiares, Park Ridge, IL (US); and Steven D. Tine, Buffalo Grove, IL (US)
Assigned to MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC., Chicago, IL (US)
Filed by MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC, Schaumburg, IL (US)
Filed on Dec. 31, 2014, as Appl. No. 14/587,258.
Prior Publication US 2016/0191607 A1, Jun. 30, 2016
Int. Cl. G06F 15/16 (2006.01); H04L 29/08 (2006.01); G06F 17/30 (2006.01); H04N 7/18 (2006.01)
CPC H04L 67/06 (2013.01) [G06F 17/30017 (2013.01); G06F 17/30044 (2013.01); H04L 67/10 (2013.01); H04N 7/18 (2013.01)] 19 Claims
OG exemplary drawing
 
1. A method of identifying and storing correlated first media content and second discussion media content associated with an event, the method comprising:
receiving and storing, by a server computing device from a capture device, first media content in a media storage system, wherein the first media content is associated with a first time stamp, the first media content containing one or more of electronically captured image, video, and audio data;
providing, by the server computing device, the first media content to a first user communication device at a second time, wherein the second time is subsequent to the first time stamp;
subsequently determining, by the server computing device, that the first user communication device, at a third time overlapping with or subsequent to the second time, was caused to convey second discussion media content from the first user communication device to a second user communication device, the second discussion media content containing one or both of digital voice audio and text;
receiving and storing, by the server computing device, the second discussion media content in the media storage system;
determining, by the server computing device and at a fourth time overlapping with or subsequent to the third time, a time offset between the second time and the third time; and
when the time offset is less than a time offset threshold, the server computing device storing an association indication indicating an association between the second discussion media content and the first media content.