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Multilingual video production in any language

Need multilingual video production? We can help you create a video in any language, working with Australia's leading animated explainer video production professionals and videographers.

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Multilingual video production services in 200+ languages and dialects

Video is one of the most engaging and effective ways of reaching audiences around the world. No matter the language your target audience speak, we guarantee that video is one of their preferred means of receiving information.

Whether you need subtitles, in language voice over (dubbing), the translation of on-screen text or full video production, engage the most experienced team in Australia and marvel in the quality of the multilingual videos we can produce for you and your audience.

Animated explainer videos in any language

We work exclusively with an experienced and professional video production team to ensure that the quality of the videos you receive exceeds your expectations - every time.

We also screen all of our voice talents to ensure that their accent, tone of voice and delivery is up to scratch for any voice overs in your videos, and we can even give you a choice from a number of voice talents so that you're happy with the exact voice that will speak for you.

What's more, we engage only the best translators to translate video scripts for subtitling, and always provide an in-context review so that your video is in sync.

'Trusted messenger' style videos in any language

Did you know that for many culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Australia, the greatest challenge in disseminating information is trust?

Overcome this barrier with trusted messenger videos! We will translate a script into the languages you need, and source trusted members of the respective communities to speak on camera, in-langauge, and help culturally and linguistically diverse Australians understand and engage with your message.

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Multilingual video production for every industry

Whether you need subtitles for your pre-existing corporate video or an animated explainer video for government created from scratch in 15 languages, we have the right translators, voice talent and production team to get it done. We offer a full suite of services which can be tailored to your industry.

Check out some real-world case studies

For over 10 years, we've been helping our clients by sourcing the perfect video talent, coordinating the recording and production, and delivering a premium quality end product. Check out some of the work we've done in this space.

ALMO Milk

ALMO Milk was looking to expand their Australian almond milk business overseas, but needed multicultural communications experts to make it happen. With the help of Ethnolink, ALMO was able to launch in China and establish a foothold in the world's fastest growing market, leading to a significant ...

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Disability Royal Commission

We were proud to work with the Attorney-General's Department to assist the important cause of encouraging culturally and linguistically diverse Australians to share their stories with the Disability Royal Commission. Take a look at the videos we created.

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Punchy Digital Media

Ethnolink has been engaged by Punchy Digital Media since 2016 for high-profile video localisation projects involving script translation, voice-overs and subtitles — here's just one of the multilingual animated explainer videos we've produced together, for their client, Intel.

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Multilingual video production FAQs

Definitely. We can produce a video in any language you need.

Let us know if you require subtitles, voice over, translation of on-screen text, full video production or all of the above and we will get it done for you.

Certainly. We can produce animated explainer videos in over 150 languages, including voice overs and subtitles.

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