PBT EU Brings SubtitleNEXT Central to Madrid

PlayBox Technology EU (PBT EU) showed its revolutionary multilingual captioning SubtitleNEXT suite of products that support real time capabilities for the first time in Spain at BITAM. BITAM is an annual industry event that brings broadcast, IT, audio and media sectors together in one space.

The PlayBox Technology EU (PBT EU) SubtitleNEXT Central is specifically designed for real time automatic subtitle processing and output in different standards and protocols, manipulating different offline file formats, as well as real time protocols and standards as key sources that are linked to several program sources at the same time. 

It is PBT EU’s advanced captioning subtitling product family of toolsets with a remarkable scope of modules, applications and hardware that supports all timed text-related scenarios from creation to distribution. The product line includes several software licensing options, ranging from entry level SubtitleNEXT Novice to Explorer, Spark, Spin and Live Options, SubtitleNEXT Spectrum, SubtitleNEXT Air through to SubtitleNEXT Expert, with the latest brand-new ground-breaking SubtitleNEXT Central which launched at IBC 2017.

Four main editing modes and a live mode extend the software possibilities. Each mode is optimized for efficiency.

Four main editing modes and a live mode extend the software possibilities. Each mode is optimized for efficiency.

SubtitleNEXT Central forms the backbone of an end to end subtitle workflow, and is an exceptional development with multichannel, multilingual captioning and subtitling modules that flaunt advanced subtitle workflow capabilities with the tremendous capacity to support universal subtitle format transcoding and real time live content.

PBT EU’s sales director and managing partner Alexander Stoyanov affirms “We are absolutely delighted to be part of BITAM in Madrid again this year… Following the immense interest at IBC this year, we are using the opportunity to launch our array of SubtitleNEXT applications at BITAM. With upcoming demand in translation services worldwide, we are at hand to advise and offer support to professionals coming to the show about how to solve their captioning and subtitling needs.”

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