As a Remote Video Interpreter, you have to use different visual and video conferencing programs and applications for carrying out the interpretation jobs. There are many programs and video conferencing tools that will meet the needs of interpretation and interpreters. These programs come with a certain cost for you. The good news is that most of the translation agencies provide you these programs at no cost to you. Here are some of the best Remote Video Interpreting tools that can make your interpretation tasks easier.
Best Remote Video Interpreting programs for an interpreter
- Zoom: Zoom is certainly one of the best and popular video communications applications used by various companies around the globe. It provides an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars. The zoom platform is a video conferencing platform with an interpreting add-on. It is NOT a “conferencing” platform with full interpreter functionality. If you want full-function interpreting programs, Kudo, Interprefy, Interactio & VoiceBoxer can be your choice.
- Voiceboxer: VoiceBoxer is a dedicated program for video interpreting. It is a multilingual web platform for presentations, video conferences, and webinars that lets you reach an audience in any language—anywhere, anytime, and in any setting.
- Kudo: KUDO is a multilingual web conferencing platform with human-powered simultaneous interpreting. It streams real-time interpretation of your live conferences. Kudo can provide you a truly multilingual conference with full interpreter functionality.
- Interprefy: Interprefy has all the essential features to provide remote simulates interpreting. Through Interprefy’s platform, interpreters can work from anywhere, removing the need for event organizers to hire and deploy specialized hardware, interpreting booths, or pay for interpreters’ travel and accommodation expenses.
- Interactio: Interactio brings an easy-to-use simultaneous interpretation without hassle. You can use your smartphone, laptop, or tablet to attend the interpretation!
Well, most of these Video Interpreting programs provide you a demo or trial version. You can use the demo first. If you are satisfied and if it meets all your interpretation needs, you can go for it.
The tutorials for these programs are available on their respective websites. Please, browse through their websites.