While several AI dubbing companies have entered the market recently, Dubverse has its own unique offering: real-time dubbing. Many services require content to be carefully uploaded and processed to create a dub before it can be released. Dubverse, however, requires only one hour of recorded content of the speakers in the video, which it then uses to mimic the mannerisms and tones of the speakers. After this is complete, the service can provide dubs on top of streamed content in real-time. This has useful applications for live television and live streaming industries. Currently, Dubverse has over 30 languages in its portfolio. However, it is important to note that the company converts English content to other languages, but currently does not perform this service the other way around.
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