Echo360 provides captions from Rev

Echo360, a video studying platform supplier, has partnered with Rev, a captioning service supplier, to make Rev’s suite of speech-to-text instruments accessible for instructors to create accessible studying environments with out sacrificing accuracy.

The partnership ensures a constant and quick turnaround for transcription, captioning and world language subtitling wants.

“Every little thing we design and do at Echo360 is predicated on our three core ideas of fairness, engagement and proof, and Rev’s dedication to creating transcription providers and accessibility simpler and extra environment friendly for everybody is one other tangible instance of fairness in motion,” stated Kathryn Stewart, Chief Product Officer of Echo360, in a press release. “Their dedication to delivering progressive, complete merchandise is an ideal match with the EchoVideo platform and our Echo360 DNA, as we consider the way forward for captioning integrates a mix of human and automatic intelligence.”

“By working with Echo360 to make facets of training extra universally accessible, we’re breaking down obstacles to studying and sharing information,” Jason Ciccola, CEO of Rev, stated in a press release. “At Rev, we consider that each voice must be heard, and by serving to instructors share data with a wider viewers and making certain that each pupil can have interaction with the fabric, we make the educational expertise extra inclusive.”

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