How can spf.io help you?
All-in-one software for real-time captioning and translation. All the tools you need in one place.
Stream your interpreters’ voice to people’s smartphones. Instead of maintaining specialized headsets that are easy to lose or break, go with an online solution that scales to as many as you need. (This also helps provide assisted listening too!)
Don’t have an interpreter for a language? Get automatic captions and translations of live speech. One person can release captions for people with hearing loss and subtitles for all needed languages. Automatic translation is available for 60+ languages.
Slide & Document Translation
Generate automatic translations of manuscripts, documents, and slides in seconds. These can be edited by translators before your event so people get high quality text and slides in their language.
Make your event accessible for the blind and visually impaired by providing audio description. One person types a description of what is happening on stage for people to hear through their smartphones.
Taichung International Fellowship is an international church with an English service that needed to figure out a sustainable way to provide translation week after week. Hear how spf.io helps them serve their bilingual congregation and reduce the work for volunteers.
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What is spf.io?
It’s all-in-one software that enables you to provide real-time captions and translation of your events. Your audience gets subtitles on a public screen, or they go to a link on their smartphone, select their language, and follow along.
Include the Deaf, hard of hearing and people who speak many languages in your next event with spf.io (pronounced spiffy-oh).
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Check out our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.
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Now attendees of lectures, sermons, and other presentations can easily read slides in their native language from the convenience of their mobile device. Spf.io, a real-time translation software for live events, announced a new feature that lets presenters upload slides and automatically translate them into more than 60 languages on demand. Audience members can seamlessly follow along with the presentation and see the slides in the language of their choice.
How can spf.io help your event?
Learn how multilingual accessibility happens through our software.