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Video Editing & Subtitling

Multi-media content has rapidly ascended as the preferred tool of learning. Some have projected that 80% of global internet bandwidth will be consumed by video content by 2020. The options and/or mechanics for localizing video content normally utilize one or several techniques. Global eLearning will perform any of the necessary modifications listed below to create a superlative final A/V product.

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Video Editing

Modify film to synchronize a new voice recording, overlay new audio recordings, and integrate new language OST (on-screen text). In some cases, video content must be slowed in order that translated voiceovers (usually expanded content) can be timed with scene changes. There are many variables involved with video editing – something a Global eLearning Technical consultant can explain.

Subtitles

In some situations, it is better to apply subtitles to the multi-media presentation instead of recording a voice-over. Global eLearning can easily provide foreign language subtitles to any media format and serve as a consultant for establishing the balance between impact and budget.

Voice-Over

Outstanding options for study-quality voice talent in over 100 languages, or opt for cost-saving alternatives in TTS (computer generated) voice alternatives.

Synchronization

The best translations and voice recordings are worth nothing if the components aren’t synchronized within authoring slides or video formats to look and perform as professional as (or better than) the source.

Transcription

The first step in all A/V localization projects is getting an accurate transcript of the source voice content. Errors in transcribing the audio, and not applying appropriate time stamps, will multiply the errors in the translated script.

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