Our software runs on machines powered by both Windows and Linux. It can be run on a local server or via the cloud. Other devices, including mobile devices, can access the software’s cloud mode through our web client.

All versions of Windows since Windows XP are supported, as are many major Linux builds, including Ubuntu and RedHat.

Yes, our software supports distinct roles, and users must sign in (authenticate) before they begin work. Admins have the most control, while other roles (like the translation engineer and reviewer) have access only to the portions of the program they need.

The admin requests and assigns translations, after which the others perform their roles.

Yes, all clips (both audio and video) are saved within the app. Additionally, you can configure the database to store your backed-up clips to a local database at your location or to the cloud using our cloud mode.

If you’re running the software in standalone mode, you can also back up to OneDrive, Dropbox, or even a USB thumb drive. Choose the method that you feel most comfortable with.

Our software covers many aspects of the translation process. It starts with administrative and tracking tools to track and assign project elements. Mapping and video creation and manipulation tools allow users to dynamically map video segments to text.

From there, reviewers add comments and translation engineers make corrections to files. Once a file is approved, the administrator marks the file to be added to the recognition library. All this happens within our software.

We’re using artificially intelligent neural networks and machine learning as a part of our work. Specifically, we’re using both convolutional and recurrent neural networks. Our recurrent neural network's processed output can be fed back into it with new inputs. Essentially, it educates itself as it works.

If you're interested in the technical details, we’re using long short-term memory with our recurrent neural network, and this is what enables continued learning through multiple rounds of processing.

Through the use of our artificially intelligent neural networks, we’re able to eliminate everything in the frame besides the human body, reducing overall computational time. And the lower the computational time, the higher the overall accuracy, because we have more time to run more of those recurrent calculations.