Radio TV Link: ETERE Integrated captioning in MAM17 February 2016
Etere Subtitles Tools is integrated into Etere MAM to provide captioning and subtitling features for all users within a single interface.
Etere is proud to announce the ultimate enhancement on its subtitles management capabilities, an easy-to-use enterprise software designed to enable any broadcaster or media company to freely produce their own subtitles (e.g. movies subtitles, news captions, etc.) with multi format import and export.
Etere Subtitles Tool gives you the chance to migrate from your complex standalone captioning system into a fully software based solution that use all the resources of MAM, able to simplify your subtitles handling thanks to a key set of features that includes the following:
■ User-friendly interface to produce your own subtitles
■ Import and export subtitles in all major standard formats
■ Free speech-to-text and accurate spell-checking
■ Full support for Unicode characters
■ Simultaneous preview of multiple languages
■ Facilitated translation of subtitles between languages
■ Integrated workflow embedding of subtitles (VBI and VANC)
■ Automatic playout of subtitles from IT-based servers
With Etere Subtitles Tool you will eliminate the need to always handle several captioning files or burning captions into video, a centralized database storage will make your subtitles better organized, more safer and immediately available for automated workflow tasks (e.g. playout, delivery, etc.)
A seamless integration with Etere Workflow ensures full compliance with your subtitling requirements, executing automatic workflow actions to make your subtitled media available in the right place in the right format. Discover how easy can be to export your produced subtitles as separate files, embed them as VBI/VANC data or even imprint them onto video, all this based on an automatic workflow management!
The versatility of the Subtitle Tool enables you to work with industry's most widely used formats such as Cavena, EBU , SAMI, PAC, Plain text, Plain text with timecode, XML, softini and Structured files. Furthermore, as part of Etere MAM, the Subtitles Tool can be accessed from both a desktop and a web-based interface, being the latter one crucial for remote users who need to deliver subtitles in a secure way or to create them with a real-time database connection and using almost the same tools available in the desktop interface.