Spanish Captioning & Transcription Services
We provide premium quality closed captioning and transcription for Spanish-language prerecorded content. Our pricing is extremely competitive and the accuracy is more than 99% accurate, even in cases of poor audio quality, multiple speakers, difficult content, or accents. After your media files have been uploaded they are processed by professional transcriptionists who leverage our advanced technology, process, and workflow.
Legal Requirements for Spanish Captioning
In the United States, as of January 1, 2010, all new Spanish-language and bilingual Spanish/English television programming must be closed captioned. The rules of the CVAA require closed captions for IP-delivered videos that previously appeared on television with captions. Starting in January, 2016, the FCC will also require closed captioning for video clips.
Quality and Accuracy
All work is done in the U.S. by native Spanish speakers capable of accurately capturing the cultural and linguistic nuances of your content. To further improve quality and accuracy, we provide the ability to preload keywords, technical vocabulary, and special instructions. Your transcripts and captions also undergo a stringent, multi-step quality assurance process, ensuring the best possible quality. Learn more
Caption and Transcript Output Formats
After your files have been processed, you can instantly download captions and transcript files in a wide variety of web and broadcast formats. Captions formats include SRT, DFXP (for Adobe Flash), TTML, SMPTE-TT, SCC (for web media, iTunes, iOS, and DVD), QuickText (for QuickTime), webVTT (for HTML5), CAP (Cheetah), 608/708, RealText (for Real Media), SBV (for YouTube), Adobe Encore, SMI or SAMI (for Windows Media), WMP.TXT, STL (for DVD Studio Pro), EBU.STL, Avid DS, Avid.AAF, Captionate, and many others. Transcript formats include plain text, Word Doc, PDF, HTML, JSON, and XML.
As an option, we provide vertical caption placement through an automated process that repositions captions to the top of the screen whenever necessary to avoid obstructing onscreen text. This process complies with FCC rule 47 C.F.R. § 79.1(j)(2). Learn more.
Although rarely necessary, the caption editor allows you to quickly make changes to your captions or transcripts after they have been processed. Your edits propagate to all caption and transcript outputs, including video plugins that have already been published. Learn more
Pricing and Billing
Our competitive prices are based on the exact duration of each file. You are charged on a pay-per-use basis and there are no hidden charges. You can either pay by credit card or we can invoice you.
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