Translated’s Matesub Enhances Subtitling Accuracy And Speeds Delivery Time

Matesub – a new AI-based product from Translated – allows subtitlers to focus exclusively on the creative aspects of the translation process while advanced algorithms handle the most redundant and time-consuming tasks.

Matesub enables creating subtitles in dozens of languages faster and more accurately than ever.

AI algorithms matched with powerful WYSIWYG editing avoid the high costs and lengthy delivery times associated with traditional manual processes, creating an advanced subtitling experience for studios, post-production houses, and subtitling professionals in all fields.

The web-based technology offers auto-transcription, auto-translation, and auto-spotting into more than 90 languages, helping subtitlers and content producers communicate effectively to broader audiences.

The amount of content produced and consumed daily by users has reached unprecedented volumes. Unlike many currently available solutions, Matesub generates subtitles according to user-defined parameters, such as the number of characters per line and reading speed. It also continuously improves the efficiency of AI models, through human edits made to the machine-generated subtitles.

Users can upload video content in any format and within minutes Matesub provides a complete transcription and pre-processed translation. An auto-spotting feature positions subtitle text correctly and according to client guidelines, triggering user alerts when content errors are detected. Users can review subtitled video content in real time without needing to download any files first.

When a project is completed, a secure download link is generated for sharing, review, and approvals. Every file uploaded to Matesub is securely stored and encrypted in the cloud, and users have full control over who can access, share and edit files.

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