Recent Posts tagged with captioning

SyncWords’ LanguageSync Enables Real-Time Captioning, Translated Subtitles

SyncWords has developed a solution for real-time translation of English live programming to 40+ languages to Facebook Live, Twitch, Twitter, or any other streaming platform. Leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS) solutions such as Amazon Translate, AWS Elemental MediaStore, and Amazon CloudFront, SyncWords’ LanguageSync engine is able to burn-in captions and translate subtitles with custom fonts […]  More

Syncwords Webinar: Recapd Live Captioning for Online Meetings

Join Syncwords for a special webinar where illustrating how Recapd can make your meetings accessible by delivering high quality captions securely to your browser, mobile device, or online meeting platform in real time. Syncwords’ VP of Business Development Gio Galvez will discuss the benefits of Recapd with examples and use cases showing how Recapd has […]  More

NAB 2019: VITAC Demos VPC Control Tower, Next-Gen Tech, Always-On Connections, Captioning Reliability

VITAC, the largest captioning company in the U.S., has released the newest technology in the VITAC Power Connect (VPC) family of products, enhancing its captioning and accessibility services and providing greater reliability for caption clients and viewers. VPC Control Tower is a first-of-its-kind cloud-based application that allows easy, always-on connections between captioners, events, and clients, […]  More

Register Now for VITAC’s Offline Captioning Webinar

From video clips of your favorite late night television shows posted on social media to corporate training videos, captioning prerecorded content helps satisfy ADA regulations and also makes information equally accessible for the 50 million people in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community (DHOH) and attainable for broader audiences (especially millennials) that choose captions over sound.  More

Register Now for VITAC’s Captioning Webinar

From the conference room to the classroom to the living room, captioning content not only satisfies ADA regulations but, perhaps more importantly, makes information attainable and retainable for the 50 million people in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community (DHOH) and the broader viewing markets (especially millennials) that choose captions over sound.  More

EEG Upgrades AT&T Stadium With CaptionCast to All Devices

The Dallas Cowboys’ long history of leadership goes beyond their on-field performance. This storied NFL franchise is committed to a winning experience for the 100,000 football fans who flock to AT&T Stadium on game day.  More

Op-Ed: Final Mandate for Captioning Video Clips Approaches: Are You Ready?

Almost all programming that is shown on television, with very few exceptions, must be captioned. The 21st Century Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) requires that any program broadcast on television with captions must be captioned when it’s delivered via Internet Protocol (IP) – on the web, on demand, via Apple, Hulu, Amazon, et cetera. Over the […]  More

NAB 2011: Softel, Harmonic To Demo New Integrated System for Captions, Subtitles

At the 2011 NAB Show, Softel is announcing a new integrated workflow for captioning and subtitling based on integration with Omneon products from Harmonic. The joint solution works within media management applications based on Harmonic’s Omneon Media Application Server. The solution integrates Softel’s Swift vTX ancillary data encoding/transcoding system, allowing such workflows to be initiated […]  More

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