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September 1, 2020

Translating voice-overs for e-learning: best practices

Translating voice-overs for e-learning: best practices When localizing video for e-learning, an instructional designer can choose between subtitles or voice-overs. Subtitles are less expensive, but voice-overs are better when on-screen activities require the viewer’s full attention. In addition, voice-overs can foster a closer engagement with […] (Read more...)

September 1, 2020

Voice-overs or subtitles: which should I use for video translation?

Voice-over or subtitles: which should I use for video translation? Foreign language voice-over recording involves a number of steps from script translation and locating voice talent to the actual recording and file delivery. Subtitling adds foreign language captions at the bottom of the screen to mirror or paraphrase […] (Read more...)

September 1, 2020

What is localization engineering?

What is localization engineering? The cost of a document translation project depends on three things:  the language pair (some are more expensive than others), the size of the document (usually based on the word count), and the level of specialization required by the translator (subject matter experts are more expensive).  A website […] (Read more...)

September 1, 2020

What does the ISO-17100 translation services certification mean for our customers?

What does the ISO-17100 translation services certification mean for our customers? Our ISO-17100 certification demonstrates to our prospective clients that our processes and policies meet the highest international standards for the language service industry. The certification is a source of professional pride, and we worked […] (Read more...)

June 26, 2020

Meet the Scriptis Translations leadership team, in French and English

Meet the Scriptis Translations leadership team, in French and English Scriptis Translations is a proud sponsor of the IABC/Toronto Ovation Awards , giving Toronto-Area communications professionals an opportunity to present their best work for feedback and recognition from their peers. For public health reasons, the […] (Read more...)