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After delivery into an EEG HD492 iCap encoder, the translated captions/subtitles can be derived from any source of first language data.

EEG Video Intros Fully Local Solutions October 31st 2019 - 01:00 PM

New local solutions form a private, on-premises cloud for organizations whose tight internal security policies require privacy.

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Videomenthe collaborated with France Médias Monde.

France Médias Monde Chooses Videomenthe For Video Subtitling October 25th 2019 - 01:00 PM

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

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During the first half of 2019, an average of 46 ADA Title III lawsuits were filed every business day.

Avoiding ADA Lawsuits October 9th 2019 - 09:00 AM

An alphabet of federal agencies regularly demonstrates in courts that captioning and ADA compliance is not a suggestion. Comply beyond question to prevent claims and prevail in court.

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The new enTranslate software offers broadcasters an easy and affordable solution to automatically translate content on TV and online.

ENCO To Highlight Automated Live Translation System With Machine Learning August 16th 2019 - 01:50 PM

Two dozen languages are officially spoken in the European Union, making the upcoming 2019 IBC Show in Amsterdam an ideal forum for the first showing outside North America of ENCO Systems’ new enTranslate automated live translation system. The company said its new automated system makes broadcast and AV content accessible to non-native speakers for a fraction of the cost of traditional translation services.

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AI is key to the metadata that empowers Avid’s cloud-based collaboration.

Avid On The Forefront Of AI July 17th 2019 - 11:00 AM

Avid has forged the path toward implementation of Artificial Intelligence in post-production, and their use of AI is just beginning.

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The ADA is not a recommendation.

ADA Captioning Court Actions July 5th 2019 - 11:00 AM

Choosing to not caption content not exempted by the FCC is asking for serious legal trouble. Wouldn’t you think state lawmakers would know better?

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