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Which Is Considered the Best Dubbing Job in History?

In previous posts we dealt with the subject of the revolution of dubbing (specifically, in animated Disney films). Starting in the 1940s, this aspect of internationalization of film was subject to incredible improvements. But which is considered to be among the best dubbing jobs in history? And, more important still, what characteristics does it display? Through […]

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Translating Pornography: Dubbing or Subtitles?

Similar to what happens with comic strips, literature and cinema that is suitable for all audiences, pornography (whether illustrated, written or filmed) resorts to translation to broaden the horizons of its audience. Since porn films constitute a genre that is very much oriented toward the effect it produces in the viewer, the specific localization of […]

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How to Quote Dubbing

In the translation world, dubbing can be considered a third degree cousin of translations. However, in spite of their similarities, dubbing is quoted in an entirely different manner. The following are a few factors to keep in mind when quoting Dubbing: 1. Dialect: Even more so than in a translation, having knowledge of the dialect […]

Subtitling or Dubbing for Multimedia Translations

With the ever-increasing presence and importance of online video content, companies looking to enhance their presentations and appearance need to make important decisions regarding how this video content will be communicated in other languages. There are two choices for how the translated text will be expressed in an online video, which applies to all video […]

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Gamer Translator

It may not be obvious, but video game localization has become a key factor in developing and commercializing games. Not only do they have an increasing complexity in the amount of content, but we must also take into account the large number of mobile games that are launched into the market non-stop. Translators who are […]

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Faithful vs. Effective Translations

A Bridge Too Far Most of the time, when we describe a good translation, we refer to the concept of fidelity. We believe the target text should be true to the source, respecting its style as well as the things it describes. However, at times, translators run the risk of over-egging the pudding, so to […]