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Subtitling services in over 150 languages

Do you need your video subtitled? Look no further, we can help. We've been providing broadcast quality subtitling services since 2011 in over 150 languages.

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Subtitling in 150+ languages

The art of subtitling is something that we have developed significant experience in over the past decade, and is a relatively straightforward and low-cost way of increasing the reach and accessibility of your videos.

We can help you by subtitling your video content in any language that you need assistance with.

Increasing the accessibility of your videos

21% of Australians speak a language other than English, and with videos being a widely preferred way to consume content, it is likely that these multicultural Australians would prefer to access your videos in their preferred language too.

Subtitling ins't exactly the same as translation, as there are different constraints and requirements that need to be considered when subtitling. Luckily for you, we have a team of professionals on-hand to seamlessly produce high quality translations for your multicultural audience.

We'll find the right subtitling professional for your project

We work exclusively with experienced and professional subtitling professionals who are certified translators with extensive experience creating localised and native subtitles for you audience.

With a panel of experienced and professional subtitling professionals, we can be trusted to assist you improve your multicultural communication through subtitles.

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Subtitling services for every industry

As well as providing subtitling services, we assist clients with multicultural communication across a range of sectors.

Check out some real-world case studies

Discover how our translation services and multicultural communication solutions help organisations across Australia. Hear from some of our clients and explore our case studies.


R U OK? has taken an important step towards promoting connection and support for seniors by releasing videos and resources in five different languages. Recognising the diverse needs of seniors in the community, these co-created resources are available in Arabic, Greek, Korean, Simplified Chinese,...

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NSW Electoral Commission

For the 2023 NSW State election, NSW Electoral Commission is committed to promoting voting participation among NSW's multicultural communities. As part of their campaign, we worked with NSW Electoral Commission to professionally translate 5 videos into 7 languages. We also supported their wide...

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Continence Foundation Australia

We designed a series of 10 multilingual, culturally adapted animated videos for Continence Foundation of Australia (CFA) with our partner, Punchy Digital Media — from scratch!

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Womens Legal Service South Australia

The Women’s Legal Service of South Australia (WLSSA) wanted to better engage with and assist multicultural women through their inspiring ASK Maria app. In this project, WLSSA engaged Ethnolink to assist them with translating texts and providing multilingual voiceovers so that women could access i...

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Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia (PANDA) is a national not-for-profit organisation. It is dedicated to helping women, men and families affected by depression and anxiety during pregnancy and the first year of parenthood. Ethnolink is proud to have worked with PANDA on their exciting new p...

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Consumer Policy Research Centre

Our client, Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) had been asked by Austnet, Victoria’s provider of energy delivery services to help boost awareness of energy-saving tips for multicultural Australians. That's where we came in...

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Subtitling FAQs

Certainly. We can subtitle any video, in any language, with our network of professional subtitling professionals.

Yes, we can provide hard-coding of subtitles, which we recommend for certain languages which have scripts that can sometimes display incorrectly on certain devices, such as Sinhalese and Burmese.

In other instances, we can simply provide subtitles in SRT files, so that users can toggle between the language they would like the subtitles to appear in.

Talk to our Account Managers to discover which option is best for you and your project.

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