The General Concept
To get a quick understanding of our service’s concept, watch the following animation:
Yes, it’s that simple – Here are 4 ways you can use our service:
- Upload your video file (.AVI, .mov, .MP4 and other file formats*) and its subtitles file/s (preferably .SRT, but professional formats like .890 or .PAC are also supported*), to our Web service (app.VideoDubber.com), fill in a new project’s form, and voila! Within minutes** you’ll have your preview done, and ready for download.
- Upload your audio file (.WAV or .MP3 file formats*) and its subtitles file/s, to our Web service (app.VideoDubber.com), fill in the new project’s form, run the project and get the audio track mixed with the digitized voice, ready for video editing. In this case you can either upload the movie’s audio track with the original voices and use our unique human voice removal filter to remove the original actors’ voices from the areas that the digitized voices are speaking, or upload just the M&E (music and effects) audio track (that doesn’t include the original actors’ voices), thus you wouldn’t need to use the voice removal filter at all, and get a perfectly mixed audio track…
- Only upload the subtitles file and get a synced narrated audio track, ready for mixing.
- New! Copy your text from Word and paste it directly into our new transcription box (within the new project’s form), and get an un-synced clear audio track with your chosen voice narrating your content, ready to be added to your presentation. Read this blog post on how and when to use it.
A Walk-Through Tutorial
Here’s a simple video tutorial that we created for first-timers:
For the advanced users, here’s a guide on how to dub a video with multiple actors.
We’ll continue adding guides like these here, based on your questions, so keep asking them.
You can learn more on what’s available in the current product beta here.
Where To Start?
If you have your video file and subtitles file ready for upload, go ahead and test drive our dubbing platform for FREE right now: Click here to start your first automated dubbing project.
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