Automated live captioning system, enCaption3, is being showcased at IBC.
The realtime system for TV broadcasters does not require any voice training and features an enhanced speech recognition engine that delivers closed captions. The company claimed enCaption3 does not require any user intervention and captions whatever is spoken, even if your talent goes off script.
ENCO offers enCaption3 in over 20 different languages. The system is available as a monthly lease and is priced based on average hours of use.
“We are very excited to roll out enCaption3, which has been years in the making,” said Ken Frommert, director of marketing for ENCO Systems. “enCaption3 will allow broadcasters to serve their hearing impaired audience for a fraction of the cost of traditional captioning services and is always available for live and breaking news, weather, and events.”