CapMate From Venera Technologies Now Available On AWS Marketplace

Venera Technologies, a provider of cutting-edge Audio, Video and Caption QC solutions for the media and entertainment industry, is thrilled to announce the availability of CapMate, its advanced caption and subtitle QC and correction cloud native solution on the AWS Marketplace. CapMate is the first solution of its kind to be offered on the AWS marketplace.

CapMate, with its machine-learning engine and advanced verification algorithms, contains a long list of caption QC capabilities. Some of these capabilities are: detection of audio/caption sync issues, caption overlap on burnt-in text, missing captions, caption overlap, spelling and profanity. These capabilities are provided for a large number of frequently used languages such as English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and many more.

CapMate provides the user with the unique ability to not only detect variety of caption/subtitle issues, but the first solution to provides an intuitive interface to review the result as well as automatically or manually correct the issues and generate a new caption file.

Offering CapMate on the AWS Marketplace provides numerous benefits to the users, including:

  1. Simplified Procurement: Users can easily discover, purchase and deploy CapMate directly from the AWS Marketplace,
  2. Unified Billing: Users with existing AWS accounts and contracts, benefit from consolidated billing as CapMate charges are integrated into their regular AWS invoice, simplifying financial management and providing transparency to the overall costs,
  3. Built-in Security: AWS Marketplace adheres to high-security standards, and users can trust that CapMate inherits the security features of the AWS ecosystem. This instills confidence in users regarding data protection and compliance,
  4. Informed Decision-Making: Users can leverage reviews and ratings from other customers on the AWS Marketplace to make informed decisions about the suitability and effectiveness of the CapMate solution for their specific needs. 

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