The Quality Choice! 

With more than two decades of experience providing high-quality captioning services, there's not a format or turnaround request that we have not encountered. Whether you need basic but accurate captions or files customized to the most exacting stylistic specifications, we can help! We create partnerships with our clients to provide the audience experience that works for them, whether they're veterans of broadcast workflows or navigating through their very first project with captions. 

Our Process

Our process starts with people and we have the best!  We have been creating industry leading captions since 1993 and understand that captions that don’t capture the plot-supporting sound effects and music are not captions – they are transcripts.  Our caption writers are trained and tested to the highest standards and are meticulous in their research, ensuring precise spelling, grammar, punctuation, placement, and readability. We build custom style guides for our recurring clients so we are consistent from episode to episode and season to season.  Corporations use us because they know we are ready to protect and leverage their brand with a consistent style made just for them. Our captions meet ADA requirements - WCAG 2.0, but more than that: we are always focused on your audience. In addition to all of our services, a dedicated account manager will watch over your project to ensure you get exactly what you need, when you need it. 

We can provide: 

  • Dedicated account management 
  • Experienced in-house caption writers
  • Flexible turnaround based on your workflow
  • Compliant with 2017 FCC and WCAG 2.0 standards
  • IP clip captioning
  • Multi-layered security
  • Media Shuttle, our secured file transfer portal
  • Over 40 caption file type deliverables
  • In-house QC and proofing
  • Reformats and conforms
  • Custom APIs

Some of the most common file formats include: .scc, .cap, .stl (EBU Teletext), SMPTE-TT, .xml, .dfxp, .srt, .vtt, Digital Cinema .xml, as well as text and graphic subtitle files for use in various NLEs. 

These files can be used for delivery to broadcast and multiple VOD platforms, examples including: Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, Amazon, and iTunes