When you make a video call, you not only listen to the person you are talking to, but you also have a moving image of the person you are talking to and you can almost see yourself as if the two of you were sitting at the same table. Everyone in the conversation can see the other person's gestures and facial expressions, which is also helpful for video translators.
They add body language to the voice while interpreting, which further enhances the understanding of the statement to be translated. Countries far from everyone or deaf people can use video remote translating to hold quick meetings and quickly discuss issues or changes without having to travel.
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Here's an overview of the benefits of video translation:
Live translation for instant communication
Cost savings by attending conferences over the Internet
There is no time-consuming journey for the participants
Quick response to problems and planning changes
Economical because translators do not need to be present
Remote video translation lets you see and talk to an interpreter without being in the same room or even in the same city. Using VRI, you can access services and information that were previously unavailable due to location, limited access to translators, or time constraints.
For effective use of VRI, we recommend the technical specifications described on the sheet. With this equipment, we can ensure unambiguous communication between you and the translator.