Video localization — the practice of adapting multimedia to a local culture’s norms and expectations — has become a means of communication that should be a part of any organization’s toolkit.
Subtitle formats can seem pretty complicated. It may seem easiest to just choose whatever format is most popular or widely supported, instead of the one that’s just right for what you plan to do with the subtitles. To help you make the best decision, we’ve compiled our recommendations for the best subtitle file formats to … Continue reading What subtitle file format should I use?
Catch your audience’s attention in the first few seconds with quality subtitles. Subtitles for online video content are high in demand, and we at Amara are eager to help you find the right subtitling solution for you. Content with subtitles: Has a much larger audience Has higher viewer comprehensionMakes your video content searchable to boost … Continue reading Subtitling Solutions from Amara
This guide shows how to instantly get a quote, plus purchase captions or translations for any video you've uploaded to Vimeo. This functionality is integrated directly into Vimeo.com, for your convenience. Step 1. Your Video Page Ensure you're logged in to Vimeo and then visit the video page (on Vimeo.com). Click the Settings button, then … Continue reading The EASY way to purchase captions or translations for Vimeo videos
Managing your Amara Enterprise team has just gotten easier! Over the past few weeks we've been focusing on rolling out an updated set of tools for Amara Enterprise Team Admins. If you haven't heard about Amara Enterprise, yet, well let's just say it's the easiest way to get your videos captioned and it keeps getting … Continue reading New Tools for Enterprise Teams
We've seen some amazing successes with volunteer contributed captions and translations recently —see OK Go and PBS NewsHour Translation Parties— but we know that some organizations might prefer to pay for captions. For example, this could allow them to publish a video with English captions from the get go, and then request volunteer help for … Continue reading Does Your Org Need Subtitles/Captions?