Release Highlights: security and data protection improvements

Customizing Workflows Team administrators can now send Evaluation assignments to another team even after the work team has completed their assignments. Working with multiple Collaboration teams can give administrators more flexibility and control over their collaboration workflow! Account Security Password strength is a concern for anyone who stores data online. To protect user profiles and … Continue reading Release Highlights: security and data protection improvements

NYC Event Tomorrow: Translation-Machination (Feb 27, 2015)

If you're in NYC tomorrow afternoon, a member of the Amara team will be joining a discussion panel at 3:30 pm, at the NYU event Translation-Machination. This event explores the changing circumstances of linguistic exchange and considers the implications of translation as a language technology from a media theoretical perspective. It's a free event and … Continue reading NYC Event Tomorrow: Translation-Machination (Feb 27, 2015)

Amara Newsletter (Feb ’15): A Fashionably Late 2014 Recap

Most orgs did 2014 wrap ups in the first week of January, but that gets a little overwhelming. We’re doing ours fashionably late instead – please enjoy! Accessibility volunteers, making a difference for others In 2014, we learned about reddit.com/r/CaptionPlease, an amazing community of accessibility-minded folks who caption short videos for anyone who requests them. … Continue reading Amara Newsletter (Feb ’15): A Fashionably Late 2014 Recap

Amara Blog Redesign & Intro of CAT

In 2014, we focused on developing the Amara platform (making it faster and even more user friendly), building partnerships, and gaining long-term sustainability.  In 2015, in addition to continuing this work,  we also want to foster greater connections amongst online translation and accessibility communities. We're starting with this new sub-blog: Community, Accessibility & Translation (aka … Continue reading Amara Blog Redesign & Intro of CAT

Subtitles and Captions for Every Video on the Web

Update: Click here to subtitle your video > Here's the problem: web video is beginning to rival television, but there isn't a good open resource for subtitling. Here's our mission: we're trying to make captioning, subtitling, and translating video publicly accessible in a way that's free and open, just like the Web. Our approach: Make … Continue reading Subtitles and Captions for Every Video on the Web