We've already given tips on how to transcribe quality captions, but what exactly is transcription? And what is the difference between captioning and transcription? We'll answer these questions and more while giving you a quick guide on how to transcribe closed captions with quality and confidence! What is Transcription? Transcription is the process of capturing … Continue reading Transcribing for Closed Captions
Let me explain. As usual, on my Liane’s Morning Talks in the Mirror, I’ll start with a story. Hearing and reading stories was my childhood. I grew up in a part of the world where, every Saturday, everyone would gather around the oldest tree in the village and… you guessed it: share stories. One year, … Continue reading In a world of privilege, be a subtitle.
All it takes is a few multi-lingual viewers to get a translation program started and momentum can be built from there.
We put together this quick guide on how to create subtitles for a video. We talk a lot about subtitles on this blog: the history, the differences, and the details. And all of that is interesting (to us, and probably to you, too, since you're reading our blog). But it's also great to take some … Continue reading How to add closed captions & subtitles to video
When I was a kid, there was a haunted house in my grandma’s village. One of those houses where we, as adventurous kids, would challenge each other to go in and take a peek. No one ever made it past the front door, which was always open. At least, that’s how I remember it. My … Continue reading witches are good, a cultural diversity day story from a 12 year old, and how I got my intentional listening skills
Hi, I’m Aleli. I’m the Chief Operations and Sustainability Officer at Amara and PCF.
Today is the third Thursday of May, which means it's Global Accessibility Awareness Day. A celebration that holds a personal significance in my life.
In my journey of discovering and trying out recipes from different countries and cultures, I often come across different measuring units and making a wrong conversion can make a recipe go downhill pretty quickly. One time I made the mistake of thinking a “cup” meant the same thing no matter where you are, and my … Continue reading Cooking: Travel Around the World with Your Tastebuds