enCaption quickly grew into an industry standard for closed-captioning based on its software-defined approach that reduces cost and complexity for caption creation and output. The latest version of this product, enCaption3R3, recently began shipping and brings additional value to users for both speech-to-text conversion across both live and pre-recorded content – the latter of which has been generally underserved in today’s automated captioning solutions.
Unfortunately, many local broadcasters and smaller networks are priced out of traditional closed captioning systems, which leave them susceptible to non-compliance. Therefore, PEG stations with deep content libraries; and cable networks with 24/7 live programming are often left to struggle with time-consuming manual systems that eat up limited human resources.
enCaption3R3 solves these problems by offering the industry’s first fully automated solution for live and pre-recorded content with a truly affordable price tag. And since it is software-defined, it can cleanly fit into any broadcast workflow with minimal integration efforts. Learn more about enCaption3R3 at the ENCO website, and check out how the Liquidation Channel or Chesapeake Television is benefitting today.