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SyncWords Integrates Automated Subtitling and Captioning with Microsoft Azure

SyncWords, a cloud-based video accessibility platform provider for automated captioning and subtitling tools, announced that its solution is now available on Microsoft Azure and uses Azure Cognitive services. This solution will make it easier for media organizations to add automated captioning and subtitling to their video processing workflows on Azure.

By using Azure, SyncWords customers will see a significant increase in the accuracy of automatic speech recognition and translation. In addition, Azure storage will provide a higher level of flexibility, compliance, and efficiency when processing their media.

SyncWords LanguageSync and Auto Timing solutions on Azure will enhance the delivery of live and offline captioning workflows. Working closely with Microsoft, SyncWords will offer customers more cost-effective and compliant video accessibility solutions for broadcast and OTT.

SyncWords will now run its key new product offerings on Azure. These include:

  • Recapd- live captioning and translation for webinars and online meetings
  • LanguageSync- live translation of live captioning for broadcast and OTT
  • Pro Caption Editor - complete professional offline captioning in a browser

As a Microsoft partner, SyncWords will enable customers to run on Azure and the company will become co-sell-ready, and its products will be available in the Azure Marketplace.

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