In this article, we will refer to the process as “voiceover,” although the term is also recognized as:
The art of voiceover (unseen narrator) actually existed before the first animated feature film in 1928, “Steamboat Willie,” starring Mickey Mouse. In fact, the first voiceover was recorded in 1900, as a weather report by Canadian inventor, Reginald Fessenden. Fascinated by the concept of wireless devices, he went on to record the first-ever radio broadcasts.
Localization is at the core of getting your message out to the world. When creating a brand, the whole point is to make it visible to as many people as possible. But that is only possible if your brand is easily understandable by many, and the key to that is localization. Localizing websites and content seems pretty straightforward, but what about videos? What happens then?