France Médias Monde Chooses Videomenthe For Video Subtitling

Videomenthe’s Eolementhe, a collaborative media workflow platform, has been chosen by France Médias Monde as its multilingual subtitling solution.

The Médias Monde group incorporates trilingual rolling news channel France 24, RFI international radio station and Arabic-language radio station Monte Carlo Doualiya. The three stations broadcast from Paris to 5 continents in 14 languages.

Wanting a simple, modern video-subtitling cloud solution, the group’s aim was to make its teams' subtitling work easier and faster.

RFI's Clément Bisset explained: “We're able to publish our videos - subtitled in several languages - on the internet very rapidly, without any compromise in quality of translation, thanks to Eolementhe and its automated tools. The option of human validation at every stage in the process, as part of the collaborative method of working, is a real advantage. Another aspect is the availability of Videomenthe's teams, which has enabled us, in particular, to work together on customising the solution."

Videomenthe collaborated with France Médias Monde to create a sequential workflow that adapts to the working methods of teams right across the production chain. Steps providing for manual correction and validation enable the different users (journalists, technical staff, editor in chief and others) to intervene after each automated stage (transcription and translation into several languages), for speed and efficiency.

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