Michigan-based ENCO Systems release enCaption3 this week, a real-time, live automated captioning system for television broadcasters that doesn’t require any voice training.
The technology uses an enhanced speech recognition engine that delivers closed captioning in near real-time. It doesn’t require any user intervention and captions what is spoken, even if talent goes off-script.
The complete system consists of a rack-mount processor that provides a serial data stream, feeding your captioning encoder.
enCaption3 is available in more than 20 different languages.
“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,” Ken Frommert, ENCO director of marketing, said in a statement.