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2020 Q4: CaptionHub Security Bulletin

2021 Q4 CaptionHub Security Bulletin Security is a serious business.  At CaptionHub, we are proud of the measures we have in place to make CaptionHub the most secure subtitling platform available.  You can be sure that your video content is safe with us as we forensically examine and review our security system and culture on a regular basis. CaptionHub is ISO 27001:2013 certified CaptionHub has a highly robust and recognised security managem...

2020 Accessibility update

Updated accessibility laws in the UK, US and Canada: implications for new online video and audio  Accessibility laws are evolving, and that means many companies need to act when it comes to captioning their video and audio for both video on-demand and live streaming.  Find out more below. UK public sector organisations required to make online content accessible September 23, 2020, marked the deadline for all public sector bodies in the United Ki...

Live subtitling with CaptionHub Live

Last year we released our new live captions and subtitling product. We’d worked closely with AWS’ Transcribe, Translate and Media teams to create a real-time subtitling solution that would harness machine translation and deliver real-time translated subtitles: a completely new way of live subtitling that doesn’t require humans to work. Live subtitling is not always immediately visible as a feature but its potential significance is huge. User expe...

The new CaptionHub Memsource integration

Why we developed our integration with Memsource Subtitle localisation is hard.  We all vividly remember the bad old days of Excel spreadsheets, version control hell, last minute edit changes, specialist captioners, feedback via multiple channels, client review, tracking approvals – you name it.  And it’s compounded by scale, of course. The process outlined  above is bad enough for one language; it’s exponentially worse when you’re working on twe...

Did you know: you now have even more control over your burnt-in subtitles?

Pro rendering/burnt-in subtitles with CaptionHub Did you know that you can now get even more control over your export burnt-in subtitles (open captions) directly from CaptionHub? Pro rendering is available for Enterprise and Standard accounts. You can now upload your custom and house fonts, control font face, size, background colour, transparency and outline! If you'd like to try it out, please ask for us to enable it on your account today. If ...