"Cyrillica" is a Russian audiovisual content localisation studio that performs film and series dubbing, movie dubbing, voice-over and localisation of electronic games and video games into 25 languages.
"Cyrillica" performs cinema and TV dubbing, voice-over, creation of subtitles for the hearing impaired and localisation of video games, including translation of in-game content, LQA, voice recording and sound design. Each of the services mentioned above can be provided separately. The company provides a range of technical services for video processing as well: audio and video restoration, upscaling, converting and content security.
Multiple localisation options are available to meet the client's needs: dubbing, redub, recast, voice-over, subtitling, neural voice. Multilingual true-to-life neural voices for professional voice-over narration is the studio's product that has successfully passed the quality control of foreign clients.
The studio guarantees the storage and transfer security of materials and has been certified by the Trusted Partner Network.
The studio has recorded over 1 million minutes of content and completed over 700 projects since 2009, when “Cyrillica” was founded. The studio has localised 8, 000 minutes of Russian animated series and over 22, 000 minutes of documentaries. "Cyrillica" cooperates with major companies in the media content market: Disney, Discovery, Netflix, Amediateka, Paramount Comedy, Sony and others.
Pēdējās uzņēmuma aktualitātes
Valeriy Dovbnya, the founder and CEO of the Russian localization company Cyrillica, made a presentation on "Specifics of Audio-visual content translation" at the largest Russian localization forum - TFR-2019 (Translation Forum Russia).
A detailed analysis of the current and upcoming localization trends in the industry, and Cyrillica’s very own unique production solutions was presented. Valeriy told about the history and types of traditional localization in Russia and in the world; types of synthesized types of audio-visual localization, general features and quality of AVT, and outlined trends in the evolution of audio-visual translation.
About Translation Forum Russia
TFR is the largest conference in the translation and localization industry in Russia. It brings together up to 500 participants annually, including representatives of the European Commission and the UN Information Centre.