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ZOO Digital Simplifies Media Content Globalization With Interra Systems Posted: 29/09/2021
ZOO Digital Simplifies Media Content Globalization With Interra Systems

Interra Systems, a leading provider of content QC, monitoring, and analysis solutions to the digital media industry, today announced that ZOO Digital, a global provider of cloud software-based subtitling, dubbing, and media localization services to the TV and movie industry, has expanded its deployment of Interra Systems' BATON® automated QC solution. BATON enables ZOO Digital to perform comprehensive quality and compliance checks on VOD content, resulting in faster and more efficient delivery of globalized media content for its customers.

Tags: Interra | BATON | automated QC | Closed Captions | video streaming | media content | Subtitles
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Take 1 turns focus to localization and access services. Posted: 16/09/2021
Take 1 turns focus to localization and access services.

Take 1 has revealed today that the company is aggressively developing and expanding their existing localization and access service divisions. The new business focus caters for the growing demand for global content and has already resulted in several new appointments, technology acquisitions and partnerships. 



Tags: localization | localisation | access services | subtitles | captions | audio descriptions | dubbing | transcription | Take 1
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Take 1 bolsters senior leadership team with new CTO and VP of localisation and post-production. Posted: 30/03/2021
Take 1 bolsters senior leadership team with new CTO  and VP of localisation and amp; post-production.

Transcription, translation and access services provider to the media and entertainment sector, Take 1, has made two new appointments to the company’s senior leadership team.  Yelena Makarczyk will take up the newly created role of VP of localisation and post-production and Adam Hewes is joining as chief technology officer.  

Tags: Take 1 | transcription | translation | localisation | captions | post-production
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Unleash Your Story with Simon Says Assemble - An Entirely New Way to Edit Video Posted: 08/12/2020
Unleash Your Story with Simon Says Assemble - An Entirely New Way to Edit Video

Simon Says, the leading timecode-based AI transcription platform for video professionals, announced today the launch of Simon Says Assemble, a new product and significant expansion to the Simon Says platform that makes video editing as simple as copying and pasting text. Assemble enables production teams and clients to quickly and easily lock story from the web. Import and transcribe interview footage and dailies; highlight the key soundbites in the transcript; then easily drag and drop the soundbite text into the desired sequence to create the spine of the story. Share, annotate, and sign off in one flow.


Tags: Simon Says | AI Transcription | Subtitles | Captions | Assembly Editor | Simon Says Assemble
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Simon Says Brings its Powerful AI Transcription Tools to DaVinci Resolve Posted: 30/10/2020
Simon Says Brings its Powerful AI Transcription Tools to DaVinci Resolve

Simon Says, the leading AI-based transcription, captioning and translation platform for video professionals, today announced its seamless integration with Blackmagic’s DaVinci Resolve for macOS. Users can now easily find meaningful dialogue, in any language, and receive the frame-accurate video transcript as ranged markers, color coded by speaker, then caption timelines and even align translated subtitles once the edit is complete - all with a few clicks from DaVinci Resolve.

Tags: Simon Says | AI Transcription | DaVinci Resolve | Subtitles | Captions
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PBTEU and AppTek collaborate to integrate Advanced Speech and Translation Technologies into SubtitleNEXT Posted: 09/10/2020
PBTEU and AppTek collaborate to integrate and nbsp;Advanced Speech and Translation Technologies into SubtitleNEXT

IABM-member and established systems integrator and manufacturer PBT EU is delighted to confirm its new partnership with AppTek.

A leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR),Neural Machine Translation (NMT), and Natural Language Understanding (NLU)technologies, AppTek will integrate its award-winning NMT, ASR and Intelligent Line Segmentation (ILS) technologies directly into PBT EU’s SubtitleNEXT captioning, subtitling and localization platform.

Tags: AppTek | PBT EU | subtitling | filmmakers | SubtitleNEXT | Profuz Digital | creative captions | AL | ILS | ML
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The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto hosts SubtitleNEXT Webinar with Profuz Digital Posted: 28/07/2020
The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto hosts SubtitleNEXT Webinar with Profuz Digital

The creators of SubtitleNEXT software, Profuz Digital is delighted to confirm that film industry partner The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) will host an online product demonstration titled “Media Accessibility, Creative Captioning and Subtitling” covering SubtitleNEXT.

The online event takes place via Zoom on Wednesday 5th August 2020 at 4pm EST, with ASL interpretation (American sign language) provided throughout the presentation.

Tags: LIFT | media accessibility | subtitling | filmmakers | SubtitleNEXT | Profuz Digital | Toronto | creative captions
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Interra Systems Simplifies Video Caption Creation With Machine Learning-Based QC Solution Posted: 13/02/2020
Interra Systems Simplifies Video Caption Creation With Machine Learning-Based QC Solution

Interra Systems, a leading global provider of software products and solutions to the digital media industry, today announced BATON Captions, a new addition to its BATON platform. Leveraging cutting-edge machine learning (ML) and automatic speech recognition technology, BATON Captions brings simplicity and cost savings to the creation, management, and delivery of captions for traditional TV and video streaming. BATON Captions allows broadcasters and other media professionals to address all of their captioning needs, from caption generation to QC, auto corrections, review, and editing.

Keeping in mind the high volumes of content being generated and distributed today, a defining feature of BATON Captions is that it offers industry-leading performance. Utilizing the high-performance solution, media companies can dramatically expedite the caption creation and verification processes for both live and VOD content.

 

Tags: Interra Systems | Video Caption Creation | BATON Captions | 2020 NAB Show | digital media | NAB 2020 | NAB 2020
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Mediaproxy highlights content matching and full OTT delivery monitoring at BroadcastAsia Show 2019 Posted: 23/04/2019
Mediaproxy highlights content matching and full OTT delivery monitoring at BroadcastAsia Show 2019
Melbourne, Australia - 23 April 2019 - Mediaproxy, the leading provider of software-based IP broadcast solutions, will show the latest updates to its LogServer compliance, monitoring and analysis package at BroadcastAsia on booth 6R1-06 in the Suntec exhibition centre, Singapore from 18 to 20 June.
Tags: Mediaproxy | OTT | LogServer | BroadcastAsia | SMPTE ST 2110 | OTT Monitoring | Broadcast Compliance | IP Penalty Boxes | IP | OTT Streams | Log ABR Streams | Monitor ABR Streams | Transport Stream | OTT Stream Metadata | SCTE Triggers | Closed Captions
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BBC Ideas contracts Take 1 for online captioning Posted: 06/06/2018
BBC Ideas contracts Take 1 for online captioning

Broadcast metadata and transcription specialist, Take 1, has been commissioned by BBC Ideas to provide online captioning for all content shared via BBC Ideas. The contract requires delivery in a range of formats to support the distribution of content online and via social media.

Tags: Take 1 | captions | online captions | OTT | localisation | IPTV | transcription
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Forscene NAB 2016 Release Solves Double-System Recording and Closed Caption Challenges Posted: 11/03/2016
Forscene NAB 2016 Release Solves Double-System Recording and Closed Caption Challenges

Professional video editing software, Forscene is leading the editing evolution at NAB 2016 with new features aimed at solving some of todays biggest post-production challenges.  Scheduled for release to Forscene customers on the 29th of March 2016, the new functionality provides the ability to autosync multiple source material in Forscene as well as to easily satisfy current and impending U.S. closed caption regulations.

Tags: Forscene | NAB 2016 | Closed captions | autosync | FCC | double-system recording | video editing | cloud | post-production | remote workflows | captions | NAB 2016 | NAB 2016
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Yospace adds closed captions to Flash streaming Posted: 02/04/2013
Yospace adds closed captions to Flash streaming

SDK which allows Flash to interpret HLS streams now meets CEA-608 standard


NAB 2013, Las Vegas, Booth SU8503: With closed captioning now an FCC requirement in the USA, and a powerful access tool elsewhere in the world, Yospace has announced full support for captions in its live streaming technology, including its unique solution which allows Flash players to display HLS content.
Yospace offers an SDK which allows a Flash player to consume HLS streams, and it is this which is now compatible with CEA-608 captioning. The CEA-608 standard defines the means by which closed captions are embedded within video data as it distributed, either by the means of traditional broadcast or internet streaming.
Tags: www.yospace.com | closed captions | Flash streaming | Flash | HLS | NAB 2013 | NAB 2013
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Marquis Supports Closed Captioning with Medway 2.6 Posted: 27/04/2012
Marquis Supports Closed Captioning with Medway 2.6

Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, has announced Medway 2.6, the latest version of its flagship media integration product, will support closed captioning.  The latest version of Medway, which will be shown for the first time at NAB 2012 on booth SL12205, is a sophisticated software tool kit delivering a seamless and cost-effective integration between leading broadcast content applications.  By unifying multi-vendor systems, Medway provides technical and operational workflows that optimise and integrate media clip and sequence transfers, media format conversion and transcoding, and metadata capture and integration.

Tags: Marquis | Marquis Broadcast | Closed Captioning | Medway | Medway 2.6 | NAB 2012 | closed captions | NAB 2012 | NAB 2012
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CRYSTAL VISION RELEASES THE IDEAL DOWN CONVERTER FOR TIMECODE AND CLOSED CAPTIONS USERS Posted: 15/11/2010
CRYSTAL VISION RELEASES THE IDEAL DOWN CONVERTER FOR TIMECODE AND CLOSED CAPTIONS USERS New from Crystal Vision is Q-Down-AT 3G, a broadcast down converter and distribution amplifier which incorporates special features to allow it to meet the challenge of down converting material containing timecode or closed captions, making it the ideal down converter for big system users or the US market.

 

Q-Down-AT 3G is the latest addition to Crystal Visions most successful range of products, the Q-Down family of down converters. Alongside its ability to transport timecode and closed captions between different definitions, Q-Down-AT 3G can down convert 1080p, 720p, 1080i and SD at both 50Hz and 59.94Hz, and gives very flexible outputs with up to eight reclocked loop-throughs of the 3Gb/s, HD or SD input along with three video outputs that can be configured as mixtures of digital and analogue (composite, Y/C, YUV and RGB).

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Dual Channel Video Processors from TV One Posted: 25/01/2010
Dual Channel Video Processors from TV One This new functionality enables a C2-7000 video processor to receive either CEA-608 or CEA-708(608) closed captions from Composite video (CEA-608 only), or SDI video (CEA-608 or CEA-708(608)) and retransmit with any HD or SD-SDI output.

The C2-7000 Series of Video and Video/Audio Processors are the most flexible units available from TV One and address a wide range of requirements. All products within this line are, in reality, multiple products in a single box. All models have key video features such as dual CORIO®2 technology processing engines for independent mixing and scaling.
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