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Pixel Power partners with YellaUmbrella to integrate subtitles and closed captioning Posted: 12/09/2017
IBC 2017, 15-19 September, Stand 7.A31: Pixel Power, the global automation, branding and graphics innovator, has forged a technology partnership with new subtitling business YellaUmbrella. The result will be the ability to deliver multi-lingual live and file-based subtitles and closed captions, in all the various formats in use around the world, from within the Pixel Power environment.
 
Tags: Pixel Power | YellaUmbrella | Subtitles | Closed Captioning | Multi-Lingual | Gallium Workflow Orchestration | IBC 2017 | IBC 2017
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Screen Appoints new Head of Research Posted: 19/06/2017

Screen Subtitling Systems has announced the appointment of Colin France as Head of Research.

France, who previously led the Grass Valley development team responsible for the maintenance and support of Publitronic Software has joined the team at Screen to explore new markets, help extend the product portfolio and consequent reach of the company.

Tags: Subtitling | Captioning | Creation | Transmission
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Matrox Integrates Closed Captioning into Monarch HDX Posted: 22/03/2017

Adding to the Matrox® Monarch HDXs already robust feature set, Matrox today announced the integration of closed captioning (CC) capture and streaming support into the Monarch HDX¢ streaming and recording appliance, offering broadcasters greater options to transmit accessible videofrom broadcast to digital signalsto all online viewers.

Tags: streaming | recording | Monarch HDX | closed captioning | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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The City of Chesapeake in Virginia Automates Live Closed Captioning of its PEG Channels with ENCO Posted: 09/02/2017

The City of Chesapeakethe third largest city in the Commonwealth of Virginianow offers live closed captioning on two of its three local Public, Educational and Government (PEG) channels: WCTV and WCPS. 

Tags: ENCO | closed captioning | TV broadcast
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Liquidation Channel Automates Live Closed Captioning Cost-Effectively with ENCO enCaption3R3 Posted: 26/10/2016

ENCO is simplifying speech-to-text conversion for the Liquidation Channel with its newly released, automated enCaption3R3 closed captioning system. The integration of enCaption3R3 into the networks live production workflow has both accelerated and refined closed captioning processes, while minimizing the costs typically associated with closed captioning technology.

Tags: ENCO | Liquidation Channel | enCaption3R3 | closed captioning | live production
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ENCO Announces Next-Generation Automated Closed Captioning System Posted: 25/08/2016

With IBC2016 on the horizon, ENCO will launch the latest version of its enCaption automated closed captioning system in time for the show. Leveraging all the power of its previous-generation enCaption3 system for live speech-to-text conversion, the new enCaption3R2 addresses the underserved market for automated captioning of pre-recorded content.

Tags: ENCO | IBC 2016 | automated closed captioning | enCaption3R2 | broadcast
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HAYMILLIAN AND ALL MEDIA SEAL CONTENT LOCALIZATION AGREEMENT Posted: 05/04/2016

Haymillian, a global provider of media localization and access services, and All Media, a Russian film and TV content distribution company, today announced the sealing of an agreement that will allow All Medias content library to be made accessible in countries outside of Russia and CIS.

Tags: localization | foreign language versioning | dubbing | closed captioning
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Nexidia QC v2.3 Features Caption Retiming and Expanded Support for International Formats and Languages Posted: 08/08/2014
Nexidia, developer of dialogue and audio analysis products and technologies for optimizing audio and video media, today announced Nexidia QC(TM) v2.3, the latest release of its software tool for automating quality control of closed captions, video description, and languages for broadcast and IP workflows. Nexidia QC v2.3 adds caption retiming, additional caption formats, and more languages to meet the needs of international broadcasters and media outlets that are facing increased caption regulations.
Tags: Nexidia | Nexidia QC v2.3 | Captioning | IBC2014 | IBC 2014 | IBC 2014
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Telestream to Showcase Advancements in Transcoding, Workflow Automation and Live Streaming at NAB2014 Posted: 13/02/2014

Telestream the leading provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, announced that it will demonstrate four new products at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas April 7-10. Three new enterprise-class products based on the Vantage file-based video transcoding and workflow automation platform and a new desktop application, Switch, will be demonstrated in Telestream's NAB booth SL3905. Following Telestream's acquisition of closed captioning leader CPC last summer, its MacCaption and CaptionMaker file-based software products and captioning experts will be part of Telestream's team this year. The complete family of Vantage transcoding and workflow products, including new HEVC/x265 encoding, 4K support and Lightspeed K20 GPU-acceleration will also be featured at the show. 

Tags: digital media | video encoding | video transcoding | workflow automation | closed captioning | video capture | multiplatform video distribution | HEVC | 4K | NAB 2014 | NAB 2014
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NAB2013: Digital Nirvana to Introduce Version 3.2 of the Monitor IQ Broadcast Monitoring System Posted: 04/04/2013

Digital Nirvana will highlight key new features in Version 3.2, the latest release of its Monitor IQ broadcast monitoring solution at the 2013 NAB Show (Booth N3434) from April 8-11th at the Las Vegas Convention Center. These new features are a direct result of customer feedback received since the last version of the software was released at IBC 2012.

Tags: Digital Nirvana | monitoring | broadcast monitoring | NAB | tradeshow news | Monitor IQ | workflow | Version 3.2 | web captioning | NAB 2013 | NAB 2013
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NAB2013: Digital Nirvana to Introduce First Cloud-Based Solution for Streamed Media Monitoring Posted: 26/03/2013

At NAB 2013 Digital Nirvana will introduce AnyStream IQ¢ the industrys first cloud-based solution for streamed media monitoring. It provides reliable recording, logging and monitoring of live and recorded streamed broadcasts for web captioning compliance and proof of advertising. Digital Nirvana will exhibit in Booth N3434 during the NAB convention,being held from April 8-11th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Tags: Digital Nirvana | NAB | streamed media | monitoring | AnyStream IQ | recording | web captioning | advertising | NAB 2013 | NAB 2013
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Softel to showcase end-to-end subtitling and captioning family at NAB 2013 - Booth N2531 Posted: 05/02/2013

Following the recent acquisition of Softel by Miranda Technologies, a Belden Brand, the company will showcase Swift, its family of re-architected solutions for closed captioning/subtitling and video description software that allows content producers, broadcasters and network operators to quickly and efficiently comply with the FCC Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) mandates for closed captioning video content delivered over IP.

Tags: subtitling | closed captioning | interactivity | video description | closed caption | subtitle | caption | second screen | ACR | NAB 2013 | NAB 2013
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Miranda Technologies Acquires Softel Posted: 29/01/2013
Miranda Technologies, a Belden Brand, a global provider of integrated solutions for production, playout and delivery systems for television broadcasters and multi-system operators announces the acquisition of Softel, a leading provider of captioning, subtitling, audio and video description, interactivity and other key video technologies for broadcasters and content producers worldwide.
Tags: www.miranda.com | www.softel.com | captioning | subtitling | audio | video description | interactivity | production | playout | delivery systems
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Softel Swift and cent; TX Powers Just-in-Time Subtitle Insertion for Harmonic Spectrum and cent; ChannelPort and cent; Integrated Channel Playout Solution Posted: 17/01/2013

Softel today announced that its Swift¢ TX subtitling and captioning playout solution is integrated in Harmonics award-winning Spectrum¢ ChannelPort¢ channel playout module. This integration allows the Spectrum family of media servers to support just-in-time insertion of subtitles as content plays, supporting late delivery of caption information in multi-lingual playout applications and facilitating fast and cost effective production-to-playout workflows. ChannelPort system users will also be able to achieve considerable operational efficiency gains and reduced rack space consumption compared to the traditional multiple vendor, multiple hardware unit solution.

Tags: subtitling | captioning | closed captioning | Softel | Softel Swift TX | Harmonic | Harmonic Spectrum | Harmonic Spectrum ChannelPort | ChannelPort | multi-format subtitles | multi-lingual subtitles
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Softel New Guide Explains How to Address the Top 10 Subtitling Challenges Facing Modern Broadcasting Posted: 05/09/2012

Softel has announced the publication of a new guide that identifies the 10 most common subtitling and captioning challenges faced by broadcasters and network operators in complex modern workflows. Examining cost efficiency, video editing synchronization, file format transcoding, multi-language/multi-channel processing, live subtitling, quality control as well as web and mobile streaming, the guide explains each challenge and offers advice on how to tackle them, reviewing recent developments in subtitle and caption processing. It summarizes information in simple tables featuring challenges and their solutions and provides detailed diagrams presenting workflow configurations for optimised subtitle and caption processing.  

Tags: Subtitling | captioning | IBC 2012 | IBC 2012
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