What’s next in subtitling and captioning?

PBT EU has enhanced its SubtitleNext captioning software to support growth of content across multiple platforms Bulgaria’s PBT EU has added new features and applications to its SubtitleNext captioning software. mochilas fjallraven kanken baratas These include full support for “virtually all known forms of content and live video”, said PBT EU. Nike Air Max 2017 Goedkoop Users of SubtitleNext can now directly access online video content that is both unprotected and DRM-controlled, for existing and private schemes, apart from downloaded or pre-processed material. Chaussure Asics Pas Cher Primarily, SubtitleNext’s enhancements are to support the constant demand for swift titling services as online content such as live news streaming, YouTube videos and other over-the-top (OTT) services continue to proliferate, explained PBT EU. nike air max Kamen Ferdinandov, CTO of PBT EU, added: “The latest improvements and add-ons allow multiple workflow combinations for direct integration with different collaboration and media asset management systems, private and public media stores, various channel origination and retransmission solutions such as traditional broadcast, IP, Web TV and so forth. chaussures nike air max pas cher “This way, we can offer users a hybrid model which combines the benefits of both desktop and Web solutions.” Other new features include multiple region definitions (display regions), which can be used for various purposes with corresponding subtitle assignments, such as subtitle positioning and groupings, which provide for simultaneous multi-regional displays. SubtitleNext’s latest version also embraces SMPTE-TT standards and burns to new video formats such as H.264 and H.265/HEVC, supports 3D subtitles and formats and resolutions from 4K/Ultra HD (UHD), 8K, 16K and beyond.

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