Heading for IBC? Here is what’s New

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Introducing Computer Assisted Localisation

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Flow Limecraft Flow 1.2 update is live. Technical improvements and bug fixes. Small UI update.

Heading for IBC? Here is what’s New

We’re releasing brand new applications for subtitling and localisation of content. You can now use Drop Folders for simple ingest operations or Cloud Connector for complex interactions, extending your workflow even further and enabling you to explore new creative venues.

Introducing Computer Assisted Localisation

Limecraft Flow extended with an additional service to automate the production of subtitles. Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) turns audio into text. A language processing service cuts the transcription into well-formed subtitles.

Improved Account Management

When your organization needs to manage multiple productions and users, you need a well-organized account management. As the current functionality was too limited, we took the necessary steps to expand it.

Introducing Role-based Access Permissions

Modern production workflows are shared and collaborative, so we introduced role-based access permissions. It is now easier to manage large pools of users and your project is less prone to errors.

Flow Release November 2017

We are proud to announce a new release for Limecraft Flow! This post gives you an overview of what changed: the player controls and controls to control the timing of subclips, subtitles and transcript text.

Heading for NAB2017 in Las Vegas?

NAB2017 is a unique opportunity where you can experience new media technologies coming to live. If you’re looking for a solid workflow solution, you should check in with Limecraft.

Visiona to distribute Limecraft Services

Limecraft and Visiona announced today that Visiona is distributing Limecraft services in Spain and Portugal.

Automatic Subtitling in Limecraft Flow

Limecraft Flow extended with an additional service to automate the production of subtitles. Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) turns audio into text. A language processing service cuts the transcription into well-formed subtitles.

The State of Broadcast Tech after IBC 2016

Chances are that you attended IBC last week in Amsterdam, the place to be for media technology experts. With a record attendance of almost 56,000, IBC proves its relevance to an industry undergoing incredible change.

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