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Why You Need Video Transcription For Your Website In 2018

Though it may not seem like it, there’s a lot of the Internet that people don’t understand. We don’t mean in terms of confusing apps or content in other languages; today, we’re talking about web accessibility. In 2018, the Department of Justice is due to announce new guidelines for web accessibility. When that happens, the rules for what websites need to do to ensure accessibility will be official…not to mention potentially enforceable.…

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How Can Your Business Use Transcription Services?

Here at CastingWords, we want to provide a text counterpart for every type of audio and video recording our customers can produce. We provide reliable transcription services to our customers so they can keep focusing on what matters to them; their own businesses and lives. A good percentage of our customers come to us with occasional projects, ordering one or two transcripts here and there. But some businesses come back time and time again, relying on our help with large quantities of material and recurring projects.…

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Subtitles and Captions: Apples & Oranges or Tomato/Tomahto?

Our last post discussed the difference between our Timestamps upgrade and our Subtitles & Captions upgrade, and what you get with each. We explained that, on our end, Subtitles & Captions are all one product; you order the upgrade, and we give you the whole range of subtitle and caption formats so you can download whichever one you need. But what, in fact, is the difference between subtitles and captions? Once you have all those downloadable files, which do you choose?…

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