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Our Enterprise clients will be glad to see we have expanded the configurable settings in their Dotsub projects. All these new configuration options expose settings that give you more control over your own projects. These new configuration options include:
Media Ingest: Configure the download settings to get videos from your OVP into Dotsub.
Media Push: Configure how Dotsub uploads subtitles back to your OVP.
Standing Orders: Configure what your organization orders by default when a new video is ingested into Dotsub.
Default Subtitle Specifications: Configure the settings that define what type of subtitles your organization needs.
Project Defaults: Configure your project’s basic permissions, managers, language and license.
We have also updated our Enterprise Documentation, adding examples on configuring Dotsub for two popular OVPs (Brightcove and Kaltura). If you have any questions about these new configuration options please let us know!
Dotsub is always looking to expand the number of ways we integrate with the multitude of online video platforms available in the marketplace. We already offer player plugins for several of the major platforms. Now we also have added the ability to have Dotsub automatically upload your caption and translation files into supported online video providers.
We currently support this feature with Brightcove, Kaltura, Limelight, Ooyala, Wistia and YouTube.
For more information on this feature or to have it enabled on your account, just contact your account manager.
Now a major international force in the digital content revolution, the National Associates of Television Program Executives (NATPE), annual convention is January 27-29 in Miami.
Who woulda thunk 50 years ago, at the first formal meeting of NATPE in May 1964 which drew 71 registrants in NYC, this would be so?
NATPE’s “Content First” tagline invites new media and digital technology speakers, exhibitors, and attendees in addition to traditional TV members, expanding it’s membership to include representatives from:
- 64% U.S. & Canada
- 17% Latin America & Mexico
- 11% Europe
- 5% Asia
- 2% Africa
- 1% Middle East