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Tuesday, March 31st 2015, 12:59am

LTI does not use Amara

LTI uses dotSUB exclusively. Amara does not provide us with the means to protect the hard work by our teams and there is no way to ever declare a transcription/translation as having reached a 'finished' state. Anyone can come along and, although they will likely be well-meaning in their intention, wipe out the fine proofreading already performed on any materials hosted there.

We are working with dotSUB to hopefully make the dS interface a bit more user-friendly, but the ability to protect the massive body of already completed work, as well as all future efforts of the many LTI Language Teams is significantly more important to the long-term success of LTI's team-based collaborative translation & massive global distribution/access efforts for the entire RBE community.
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Tuesday, March 31st 2015, 7:59am

There
obviously dotsub ;-) we work only through dotsub or are there any other platforms?

Yes, there is Amara. Lots of features there. :smiley:
There is, but we do not use it

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