OOONA embarks on a first-of-a-kind proof of concept to add high-in-demand translation-assisted tools in its subtitle editor, enabling translators to make the most out of their work and boost their productivity.
Although latency and resource coordination continue to challenge those considering cloud-based remote live production, the distributed architecture model is steadily gaining traction as a cost-effective alternate to hardware-based on-premise projects. To date this IT-centric architecture has not been deployed for high-profile productions like the Super Bowl or World Cup, but remote IP-video contribution, production and distribution has allowed second-tier sporting events to be televised globally whereas they might not be - due to cost and fully remote access - using traditional production methods.
Astra Security announces that its newly launched Pentest Suite has been chosen by OOONA, a globally active developer of professional management and production tools for the media localization industry, to provide continuous online business protection.
Digital Nirvana’s Trance 3.2 includes new features to enable faster, more efficient production of publishable closed captions and translations.
EEG Video launches CDI Alta to support live captioning for AWS Cloud Digital Interface, streamlining real-time captioning for uncompressed live video over IP.
Using AWS Cloud Digital Interface (CDI), EEG has expanded its Alta IP caption and subtitle encoder capabilities to include support for real-time captioning for uncompressed live video over IP.
The recommended practice offers an impactful new approach to broadcasting alerts using graphical elements.
On October 27, 2020 The Federal Communications Commission issued an order to expand its captioning mandate for broadcasters to include audio description requirements for 40 designated market areas (DMAs) over the next four years. The move came after the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010 (CVAA) directed stations in the top 60 DMAs to provide what it calls “described programming.”