Announcing our Partnership with Gengo for Video Translation

March 12, 2013 BY TOLE KHESIN
Updated: January 4, 2018

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We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Gengo, a tech savvy translation company based in San Mateo, CA and Tokyo. Through our integration with Gengo, customers can now translate their video files into 31 languages with push button simplicity.

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After a video or audio file has been transcribed, you can choose from three different translation quality levels. Each with varying degrees of human involvement. The price-perfect “Standard translation” is good enough to expand into new markets. “Pro translation” is designed for formal business use, while “Ultra translation” results in refined accuracy for high value content.

Gengo’s translation services are directly integrated with our entire toolset. That means you can monitor job statuses and download translated transcripts as well as multilingual video subtitles in many different output formats. Our interactive transcript, captions plugin and other video plugins support translation and automatically come equipped with a language drop-down for previously completed translations.

To make things even easier, we built a self-service translation editor, providing a convenient interface for you to make changes to completed translations, if necessary.

Although turnaround times vary depending on duration and complexity, 91% of translations are completed within 24 hours.

Gengo retains 7,500+ pre-screened translators trained to accurately capture the cultural and linguistic nuances of the source language. Linguists have area-specific expertise across a wide range of topics, including marketing, technology, healthcare, finance, government and education. Their highest priority is always to ensure that the translation reaches your audience in any market and any culture, accurately and effectively.

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