The biggest problem with using an interpreter in a video conference is the constant breaks in the flow of dialogue and the speaker pauses to wait for the interpreter to interpret what they have said. We are now using AblioConference software, which allows us to integrate Simultaneous Interpreters into your video conference seamlessly, so that your participants receive the audio directly in their own language, via an App which they need to pre-install  at no cost on their phones. This allows for clear communication and smooth flow, with none of the usual pauses caused when dialogue stops to allow interpreters to speak.

We achieve this by creating virtual interpreter booths and then connect them to your existing Zoom, Teams, Skype, Google Meet, Jitsu, in fact to any video conferencing platform. Your participants (up to 1000) log-in with a supplied code and then receive a direct audio feed from the interpreters in their own language. We control the virtual booths, monitoring output, clarity and volume into your video conference via the Software Platform. Meanwhile, the interpreters are watching the ongoing conference while working from the comfort of their own homes.

You can use your own simultaneous interpreters with this system, or we are happy to provide interpreters experienced with this type of software if required.

Pricing is very competitive for a service that erases the language barrier from your video conference and a guide is as follows:

Single day events and first day of multi-day events:

  • £50.00 fixed subscription fee
  • £100.00 for each language booth
  • £1.50 for each listener to the translation
  • £45.00 per hour for Languages International to manage and control the creation and output from the virtual interpreter booths

Multi-day events, for each day following the first one:

  • £70.00 for each language booth
  • £1.05 for each listener to the translation
  • £45.00 per hour for Languages International to manage and control the creation and output from the virtual interpreter booths

Audience apps for listening to the translation channels are free of charge.

So, for example, a one day event with one booth and 20 conference participants, running from 9am to midday would cost £315.00+VAT plus the cost of the interpreters. (2 simultaneous interpreters per language per booth)