We have always been great fans of Capella’s approach to how modern professional transcoding software should look, fell and operate.
- Dimcho Daskaloff Head of Marketing
EZTitles was one of the first plug-in products developed for Cambria FTC’s plug-in filter when Capella customers desired to make subtitling a seamless part of transcoding process.
“Living in a constantly evolving technological age with more and more content thrown our way, our customers have a need for next-generation transcoding products that also offer state-of-the-art subtitling capabilities,” says Dimcho Daskaloff, EZTitles, Head of Marketing. “EZTitles customers seek high-quality transcoding software solutions that can encode and stream as a single process.”
The EZTitles plug-in integrates seamlessly into Cambria FTC with an easy-to-use interface that offers robust text formatting options in many languages. It supports all major subtitle file formats, including closed caption, teletext, and DBV files, while combining subtitling and transcoding into a single process.
“We at EZTitles Development Studio, Ltd. have always been great fans of Capella’s approach to how modern professional transcoding software should look, feel and operate,” adds Dimcho Daskaloff. “Our joint solution makes our customers’ workflow extremely efficient by allowing them to prepare and burn in subtitles and closed caption formats during the transcoding process.”
The EZTitles plug-in for Cambria FTC has simplified and modernized subtitling by placing it within the transcoding process. Our customers have lauded its intuitive modern interface, comprehensive text and language formatting options and support for a wide range of video file formats.
“We absolutely recommend Cambria FTC with the EZTitles plug-in to our our customers looking to streamline their subtitling workflow and improve their transcoding capabilities,’ says Dimcho Daskaloff. “It helps our customers to expand their business, taking their content everywhere to anyone.”
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