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VICE Selects CaptionHub for International Video Localisation

CaptionHub, the market-leading video & audio captioning platform, announced its latest broadcast and media client, VICE, the leading global youth media company reaching audiences in over 80 international territories across mobile, digital and linear channels. After a proof of concept phase spanning 2018, that involved rigorous internal testing and a technical integration into VICE’s production systems, VICE has rolled-out CaptionHub to its Europe...

CaptionHub Partners with Brightcove for Online AI Video Subtitling

Last month at London Tech Day, CaptionHub, the market-leading video & audio captioning platform, announced its integration with Brightcove, the leading provider of cloud services for video. Brightcove, which powers video distribution and management for some of the world’s most popular brands, publishers, and broadcasters, will enable mutual clients to use CaptionHub’s AI-enabled collaboration platform to publish original language and translated ...

Why we decided to offer CaptionHub as an on-premise solution

What is CaptionHub on-premise? The first thing to point out is that unlike some consumer applications that also power businesses, like 1Password for example, an enterprise-first platform like CaptionHub isn’t a straightforward single-unit application. It’s a multi-faceted platform which makes it harder to deploy technically. Unlike a desktop application, CaptionHub is a browser served subtitling platform, its speech recognition engine, its machin...

Using Premiere Pro to create burnt-in subtitles

CaptionHub’s built-in renderer offers the fastest and easiest way to create burnt-in subtitles, otherwise known as open captions. Just select the language you need in the Download tab, and click on the “Render” button. Once it’s done, click on the “Download render” button. That said, sometimes you need more control over look and feel; for instance, you might need to use a particular corporate font to format your subtitles with. It makes a lot of ...

Why we built a Qumu integration

Making good tools work together Businesses are exposed to an ever growing range of platform options that can improve how they do business. Speeding things up, improving quality, automating, evolving. As we increase the number of tools, the transactional overhead can become costly. More training, more authentication, security issues, and ultimately more time and cost to manage between systems. We wanted to work on bringing together internal system...