​IYUNO Launch MSX for Subtitling, Captioning, and Dubbing

IYUNO Media Group has debuted MSX, described as a licensable, cloud-based software platform for subtitling, captioning, and dubbing. MSX will be available for per-seat-licensing with optional usages costs for vendors and clients, and for free to freelancers.

Any step within MSX’s Workflow Designer can be allocated to an outside resource, so that users can recruit other freelancers or vendors for tasks. Users can even automate workflow to deliver completed projects to different “buckets,” based on client delivery requirements. MSX can manage cloud-uploaded assets, as well as offline storage assets that sit in your premises in various locations around the world; including them in the workflow process.

“For clients, MSX is a true end-to end-platform to manage and repurpose content, streamline workflow, and track vendors,” explains IYUNO. “Content-owning clients can opt to contribute to a user-generated neural machine translation (NMT) engine by making their timed-text data on MSX available for gathering. Clients who participate in this initiative – contributing to the build of the engine (only through user consent) – can then use the engine to speed workflow and reduce costs when placing orders with any vendors on MSX.

The firm adds, “It is challenging for any single company to gather enough data to build a reliable NMT engine suitable for commercial purposes.”

Clients can use MSX to automate requests for quotations; find new vendors; track rate cards and transaction histories, design workflows that automate orders across multiple vendors; automatically conform localized assets against edited versions of original videos; and streamline digital screening for content purchasers or QC purposes.

For vendor and freelancer uses, IYUNO explains that the platform’s iWiki “uses collective intelligence, with user-contributed, automatic functionality to prompt and correct errors.” This, it says, “significantly reduces the possibility of making common errors that other users frequently make.”

Users can choose to access it privately within their account for free or pay for access to the public iWiki. The more a user contributes to the iWiki, the less the user pays.

“With MSX Marketplace, vendors and freelancers can offer their services at preferred rates. MSX’s finance module, offering payment gateways such as PayPal and Payoneer, takes care of quotation, purchase order, and payment processing.”

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