Author: VideoLocalize

With the advent of Smart TVs, we have become accustomed to seeing subtitles for almost anything we watch—and we all know as well that the quality of the subtitles ranges widely from professional and accurate to slapdash and not very helpful.   At the same time, organizations all over the world are struggling to develop and maintain multi-language support videos for everything from software to replacing belts...

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In this blog series aimed at tips for creating a video that’s easy to localize, our previous posts have highlighted general considerations as well as dubbing tips that'll make localization easier. For the final post in the series, let’s look at how to make a video that is suitable for subtitle localization.   Subtitles can be added to a video either as open or closed captions. Open...

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In our last blog post, we talked about what to consider before making a video in its original language, in case you'd want to localize it for other markets. In this post, we'll discuss what to consider when making a video that will be dubbed into another language. Let's say you're creating a video in English for the American market; that video would be called...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives, especially how we do anything now. We're working from home (unless you’re an essential worker), ordering our groceries online and getting them delivered, getting our medications delivered, cooking more at home or ordering take out more, and we are talking to one another on the phone or video chat more. This is how we need to communicate and...

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How to Localize a Video with Voice Over and Subtitle Burning   You have a video you want to localize into another language that needs voiceover as well as subtitles. VideoLocalize can help you with that, but you’re not sure how to get started.  Below are the main steps with general instructions on what to do. Let’s get started!   First, sign up or login into your VideoLocalize...

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