Digital Nirvana is a global knowledge management technology developer that empowers organizations to create, share, and extract insights from electronic media. Organizations worldwide rely on Digital Nirvana to improve operational efficiencies, ensure compliance, reduce costs, and expand revenue streams.
Our comprehensive portfolio of solutions includes captioning and transcription workflows, best-in-class compliance logging and monitoring; 100% automation of metadata for Avid assets; and advanced AI-based industry-best turnaround transcription and captioning services.
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We bring AI and ML competencies to production and compliance workflows – Digital Nirvana’s knowledge management technologies empower organizations across the globe to create content, automate the generation of captions, subtitles, and metadata, as well as monitor the delivery of broadcast media.Explore All Solutions
Closed captioning, subtitling & transcription made easy with Digital Nirvana’s AI-driven Trance.Read more
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Forced narrative subtitles, also known as “forced subs” or “forced captions,” are subtitles or captions included in a film or television show to provide important context or information to the viewer.+
Subtitles are transcribed words synchronized to the media files to ensure they play simultaneously with the video on the screen.+
Transcription is converting spoken words or audio recordings into written text. This involves listening to the audio and accurately transcribing or typing out the spoken words, capturing the tone, inflection, and other details that may be relevant to the context.+
Transcription is the process of converting video or audio into a written document. Written transcriptions are readable records of audio or video content.+
Did you know, according to a study by Verizon Media, 80% of people who use captions are not deaf or hard of hearing? Another similar study conducted by Ofcom (the Office of Communications)+