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.
AI-enhanced solution saves time and effort while providing exceptional accuracy in captioning educational content and communications for VA staff and Veterans
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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.
When patients arrive at a healthcare facility seeking medical attention, eye-catching digital signage can answer their commonly asked questions without distracting or overburdening the desk staff.
Complying with patient health information privacy mandates becomes more challenging as the data is moved and stored in electronic form. Learn how enCaption can help maintain patient confidentiality by keeping the process of captioning Telehealth video calls in-house and in the hands of authorized personnel.
With the growing popularity of telemedicine, doctors and patients are increasingly opting for appointments via video conferencing platforms. Learn how enCaption can automate accurate live captioning during the call, and generate transcripts that medical staff can archive for later reference.
As telemedicine expands, so too does the need to display live closed captions during video-based doctor appointments. Learn how doctors can use enCaption to automate this process accurately in-house whenever video calls are held, while maintaining patient confidentiality.