While captioning and transcribing videos both involve converting the spoken word into text, the real difference lies in the way they are used. In the case of open and/or closed captioning, the mission is for broadcasters and podcasters to provide on-screen text that displays in sync with the spoken word. In this way, deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers, or those watching with the sound down or off, can follow along.
Deep learning-powered speech-to-text engine powers Automated AV Captioning and Transcription for ENCO’s enCaption5
Demonstrations of upcoming, cloud-native enCaption5 will showcase new efficiencies and powerful enhancements for closed and open captioning, transcription, and translation
While closed captioning began as a way for the deaf and hard of hearing to understand the audio portion of TV shows, its use has now become quite pervasive.
WIHS/104.9 FM's transition from a legacy deployment goes smoothly!
Having an integrated system that handles digital signage along with a wide range of live video production switching and streaming tasks maximizes the efficiency of equipment and other resources.
ENCO’s ClipFire addresses the needs of House of Worship customers large and small by integrating many essential video production capabilities into an all-in-one appliance.
As live video production becomes an increasingly dynamic and vibrant part of many media ministries, churches are taking creative control of their media outreach campaigns. By adding a powerful automated captioning system like enCaption directly into the existing SDI workflow, churches can now caption their own live video in real-time without the need for a human stenographer or captioning service.
With today’s social distancing due to the Covid-19 pandemic, live streaming to websites and/or social media has become a vital lifeline for churches to continue serving and expanding their congregation.