IBC 2014 — Unveiling VideoDubber
We decided to finally unveil our service at IBC 2014, in Amsterdam. This is a huge show, with tens of thousands of visitors and hundreds of exhibitors, from all over the world, showcasing a variety of services and technologies.
We displayed our service in RR Media‘s booth (in hall 1), which also introduced their new company name (they were formerly known as RRsat) and their new brand identity, with a stylish clean black and white booth.
We worked our asses during the 5 days of the show, showcasing our service and the variety of demo use cases we prepared for the show, and the acceptance was very exciting.
There was a major interest in what we offered by both major studios and networks, and by broadcasters from all over the world.
Apparently, our service was exactly what they needed, and most of them offered their business cards and requested either a beta account, or a pilot.
So, in order to satisfy their curiosity, we decided to open our beta to them and to additional publishers that would like to join us at this stage.
Since our voices are neutral (like a great news anchor person), they are best used to dub only a certain variety of content genres, like news shows, documentary, talk shows, education (biographies, history, etc.), training, life style (e.g. cooking shows, travel, health, yoga, and so many more).
So, if you feel that your content could use our voices, please register.
Suitable customers will be added to our invitation-only beta during the upcoming days, and will be offered to test drive our service with special beta prices and additional support. We’ll try adding the rest during the upcoming weeks.
Thank you for your patience — we are proud to serve you all.