Staff at Cavena has met hundreds of users and decision makers during the years. Our collective experience shows that there are a number of factors in play to succeed in broadcasting of subtitles. When we develop and sell our systems it is always with the following factors in mind.
When playing a movie with missing or wrong subtitles your switchboard is bound to be overloaded with disappointed viewers.
Our surveys have shown that subtitling is essential to the viewers’ experience. This is why we have dependable systems with focus on redundancy. With our most secure systems we achieve 99,9% up-time which is something we take pride in delivering.
The broadcasting industry is technology driven. Most customer needs their own way in configuring systems and workflows but a new system is often fixed resulting in the users having to adapt to how new the system wants to set the processes instead of the new system adapting to the existing installation and organization. At Cavena we know Broadcasting and TV but also that every user needs to give their input to what is the optimum solution and workflow. That is why we develop and sell flexible systems. To let you have the final say.
It’s the users’ impression in front of the work station that defines success.
We have tried hard to integrate user friendly interfaces in all our products combined with the ability to make all the necessary settings. The user will recognize the features in the product suite and find his orientation fast. This also has a positive effect on fast learning of the tool in order to swiftly be up and running.
Broadcasting of subtitles have lots of requirements, some on a technical level, other on a workflow or language level. There are a number of languages, formats, system interfaces and stream formats to which the subtitling system must be compliant. At Cavena we strive to have a product for your every need and if we don’t we will develop and produce a solution to meet your requirements.