Our Document Translation service consists of a human translation and editing by a native translator supported by technology . This is followed by a proofreading step carried out by a native speaker and a final quality review by our dedicated project managers.
We specialize in translating sermons, devotionals, books, magazines, tracts, and more. You can send us your material in any of the following file formats, and we will deliver the translation in the same format.
DOC/DOCX, XLS/XLSX, PPT/PPTX, PPS/PPSX, POT/POTX, PPT, TXT, RTF, PDF, MIF, IDML, JPG/JPEG, TIF/TIFF, BMP, PNG, GIF and more.
Available in: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Arabic, Indonesian, Korean, Chinese, Russian, and more languages. For a list of languages, click here.
Editing & Proofreading
Our Editing and Proofreading services consists of editing by a native speaker, followed by proofreading by a second native translator, and a final quality control review.
The editing process guarantees that the translated text precisely conveys the intended meaning and tone of the original document. Our proofreading process involves a comprehensive review of your translated document to identify and correct any errors related to grammar, spelling, punctuation, and syntax.
Prices vary depending on the type of editing (light or heavy), language and text length. For more information, contact us.
Transcription and Subtitles
Our Subtitling process involves a meticulous transcription of the audio content supported by advanced technology. This is followed by the translation of the text into the target language, synchronization of the text with the video, and a final quality review by our project management team.
Also, we accept subtitles in any of the following formats and translate them into the desired target language. The completed translation will be delivered in the same editable format.
Our Voice Over services involves recording a new voice track in the desired language, which is then played over the original audio. The original audio is usually still audible in the background, but the new voice track takes precedence.
Voice over is commonly used in documentaries, educational videos, sermons, promotional videos, reports, and more.