All Typed Up Helps Audiences Engage With Media

All Typed Up, a well-established provider of transcription services to clients across the full range of service sectors, now offers a range of media subtitling solutions.

From popular television programmes, documentaries to one-off video projects, All Typed Up draws on its many years of experience and technological capability to help audiences engage with media.

Based in the UK, the company specialises in the provision of digital transcription services and subtitling solutions.

“With clients from the legal, financial and property sectors, market research firms across the country, as well as in the scientific, legal, medical and educational fields, All Typed Up has been increasingly asked to undertake subtitling work with a focus on post-production scripts for a raft of popular television programmes”, explained Victoria Siddoway, Founder, All Typed Up.

She continued, “All Typed Up has already provided post-production transcripts for UK media companies for a range of popular television programmes, documentaries and reality TV series that are broadcast on some of the major platforms such as Channel 4 and MTV Europe, so providing subtitling solutions was a natural progression.”

Various types of media subtitling options are available including closed or open screen captions with either verbatim transcript of dialogue and conversation with timecoding (along with non-verbal sounds such as sighs and exclamations) or simply the onscreen text version of the dialogue with no additional or contextual information as required.

Strict policies and procedures protect client data at every stage of the process and All Typed Up ensures ongoing compliance to the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018.

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