SubtitleNEXT introduces new features in 5.11 update

Whether it be live events or offline content, the developers of subtitling software SubtitleNEXT aim to make all content accessible for everyone. 

A subtitle toolset developed by PBT EU, SubtitleNEXT opens the year with a major update in its Version 5.11 release. Despite hurdles presented by the pandemic, the new update brings a host of new tools for software users. 

“We enjoyed a highly successful year, welcoming many new SubtitleNEXT customers on board, despite the challenges living in a pandemic situation presents,” said PBT EU CEO Ivanka Vassileva. “Nevertheless, we still had a productive and industrious year by participating in various digital online seminars and trade shows, where we have continued to listen to our current customers, academics, and localization professionals concerning their growing needs in the industry.”

SubtitleNEXT is designed to limit the cost and effort of subtitling through automated processes. The new update bolsters this fundamental concept by adding direct translation from audio in real time. Furthermore, a dynamic licensing model gives users the freedom to adjust to circumstances, whether they need to work from the office, at home, or on the go. Finally, the update introduces subtitle streaming to Zoom regardless of length and more. 

With all kinds of media creators reaching out to an increasingly globalized audience, PBT EU officials aim to capitalize on the increased demand with a product that boosts productivity and minimizes cost. As demand grows, Vassileva hopes the software platform will grow along with it.    

“Our focus is always on our customers, and we’ve been hard at work on new developments over the past few weeks, to meet the challenging demands and tight turnaround times that our customers face,” Vassileva said. “The new user-friendly tools and resourceful features in version 5.11 will provide excellent advantages and benefit busy subtitlers. This coming year holds great promise, and it’s motivating to start the year off on such a positive note.”

Cameron Rasmusson
Cameron Rasmusson is a writer and journalist. His first job out of the University of Montana School of Journalism took him to Sandpoint, Idaho as a staff writer for the Bonner County Daily Bee. Since 2010 he's honed his skills as a writer and reporter, joining the MultiLingual staff as Editor-in-Chief in 2021.

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