ENCO's enCaption is an artificial intelligence-based advanced Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) system designed to generate transcripts and television captions from live dialogs in real-time, the same as traditional human captioners but at a fraction of the cost, with significant increases in convenience and reduced complexity
Real-time, live captioning is required to meet government regulations and serve your deaf and hard-of-hearing community. However, traditional captioning services provided by professional transcribers can be prohibitively expensive, difficult to schedule, and unreliable. And many automated solutions can be inaccurate and difficult to deploy. ENCO’s enCaption is a fully on-prem, cost-effective solution that is simple to deploy and ready to go 24/7.
enCaption is incredibly capable: it can deliver open captions onto existing video for in-room display while also controlling an external SDI closed caption embedder you already have or optionally embed closed captions itself into SDI, all while saving transcripts and sidecar files for later video editing and online hearing databases.
Our on-premise solution means no internet is needed with no Cloud connections to fail - and because it's computerized and automated, it can caption 24/7, without ever taking a break - this means it's always online and ready to caption, whenever you need it.
enCaption flexes to meet your operation’s specific needs, with Cloud solutions available, along with hybrid on-premise/cloud options.
Leverage all of your live and existing video content by adding captions. Help make those videos more valuable by enabling keyword search through both your videos and their transcripts. You can even create a media library combining video and closed captions, provide a searchable database with file based transcriptions, and automatically translate meetings into other languages - even in real-time, with ENCO’s enTranslate product.
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