Visual subtitling offers captioning and subtitling services for global clients in the media and film production sectors. Subtitles have no significant difference with closed captions also known as open captions.
What distinguishes closed captioning and subtitling is the fact that subtitles remain captioning and subtitling and cannot be switched off. Closed captions, on the other hand, can be turned on or off while they work discretely in particular media trenches. Either process can be onerous and painful; this is why media outlets and other clients use us.
Why Do You Need Subtitles or Captions?
Incorporating subtitles or captions can be a shot in the arm for your target audience. Subtitles give automatic translations of dialogue on video to enable the audience to grasp it in their familiar language. Subtitles equally come in handy to decode sounds against noisy backgrounds and utterances marred by thick captioning and subtitling. Subtitles serve as intuitive open-captions for videos to be played with little volume and in congested premises.
Visual subtitling has been a one-stop video captioning and subtitling hub for all post-production needs. Even if you don't have a transcript in the target audience's language, you can get the translation on our platform.
Our closed captioning and subtitling enables you to provide viewers with subtitles and captions in the form of a written account of everything in the captioning and subtitling. Accordingly, hearing impaired, people stuck in noisy environments or indiscernible sounds can be fully understood.