Get in touch with the team to find out more about our products.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Terms & Conditions.

BBC Click

Posted in 

Case Studies

 by 

Victor Riparbelli

 —  

15

 

November

We collaborated with the BBC to demonstrate the potential of synthetic media technologies to globalize video by making newsreader Matthew Amroliwala speak different languages.


The project was part of a larger initiative with the BBC to raise public awareness and demonstrate the opportunities and challenges that AI driven content creation presents.


Originally aired on BBC, BBC Worldwide and on BBC Click.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/technology-46104437/bbc-newsreader-speaks-languages-he-can-t

More Insights

David Beckham

We worked with Ridley Scott Studio to produce a campaign film for Malaria Must Die, and helped David Beckham speak over 9 languages.

BBC Click

We created an example of Translate
in action for the BBC Click using newsreader Matthew Amroliwala.

Buzzfeed

We helped a couple at Buzzfeed renew their vows by helping Marty voice his marriage proposal in Mandarin.

Go beyond the regular edit suite.

Forge more meaningful relationships with your global audiences using Synthesia’s powerful video content tools:

Get in touch

Personalize

Mass communication made personal.