DoCaption ancillary data products extend ENCO’s reach as ENCO formally unveils its first closed caption encoder, plus new enCaption5 enhancements including Linux OS based platform
New innovations strengthen momentum for enCaption5 captioning software, modular enTranslate engine, WebDAD 3.0 remote radio interface, and RUSHWORKS product lines
Exhibiting at ISE for the first time, ENCO will showcase its cloud-native enCaption5 captioning software and ClipFire rapid content automation system for a variety of Pro AV environments.
ENCO will retain the RUSHWORKS product line and staff, providing a broader range of integrated hardware and software solutions for broadcast and AV customers worldwide
Whether programs are broadcast via traditional or online platforms, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) takes closed captioning very seriously. In its published guidelines, this regulatory government agency explains the importance of closed captioning.
Real-time captioning has become pervasive as digital content creators strive to make their videos accessible to all, especially the deaf and hard of hearing. While captioning used to be the bailiwick of broadcast TV, it’s now widely available on today’s media fare, including video podcasts, educational videos, and all types of entertainment.
This big old world is getting smaller. Social media now streams into every part of the internet universe. And a big part of the online content swirling around us is video. Video attracts viewers and keeps them engaged like no other medium.
ENCO acquires an on-premises English-to-Spanish translation system for broadcast and AV environments, and an automated caption quality monitoring solution.
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
Presenting information, such as breaking news, with near real-time captions created and translated into one of many foreign languages would make the content more accessible to non-English speaking viewers—provided it can be done cost-effectively.
As corporate video proliferates, so too does the need for open and/or closed captioning that displays on-screen text of dialogue as it’s spoken in the video.
Say you need to translate a live presentation from English to Spanish. First, the ENCO enCaption automated captioning appliance converts the English speech to text to create captions. Next, the complementary ENCO enTranslate takes that data stream and converts the English captions to Spanish as the words are spoken. Participants can immediately see the translated captions on stage monitors, on their Zoom interface, or on portable devices that access a designated stream from the event’s web or social media site.
Live events are a challenge for the deaf and hard of hearing, even for those with hearing aids or the ability to read lips. But now, with the ability to stream live captioned video to mobile devices, the answer is right in the palm of their hands.
AVTechnology magazine honors ENCO's Automated Captioning Solution, enCaption, with the InfoComm 2020 Best of Show Award.
AI-enabled translation and captioning solution for live and on-demand content will make its European debut at the event
Pro AV market debut of AI-enabled translation and captioning solution will highlight its ability to make live presentations and on-demand content accessible to non-native speakers
Combining the powerful speech-to-text engine from ENCO’s patented, market-leading enCaption automated captioning solution with advanced translation algorithms, enTranslate provides near-real-time translation of live or pre-recorded content for alternative-language closed captioning, subtitling, and more.
AI-enabled live translation system recognized by Future plc’s TV Technology, while new advances in automated captioning platform honored by Government Video
Combines AI-driven speech recognition and translation technologies to make broadcast programming, live presentations and more accessible to non-native speakers