Klingon Subtitling Services

The Klingon language is the language of fictional Klingons in the Star Trek universe. The language’s basic sound, along with a few words, was first devised by actor James Doohan (“Scotty”) for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It is the constructed language that film marked the first time the language had been heard on screen. In all previous appearances, Klingons spoke in English. Klingon was subsequently developed by Okrand into a full-fledged language. A small number of people are capable of conversing in Klingon. Its vocabulary, heavily centered on Star Trek-Klingon concepts such as spacecraft or warfare, can sometimes make it cumbersome for everyday use and maybe several hundred others who have some knowledge of the language.

LC, a Professional Subtitling Captioning service provider company with its head office in India and branch offices in USA, Germany, Australia & France, delivers Klingon subtitling services with its team of more than 50 Klingon professional native linguists worldwide. We provide multi-language subtitling to pre-recorded television programs, feature films, documentary films, webcasts and podcasts. LC transcription and subtitling team can add subtitles to programs with accuracy and speed. We use state of the art software that can render sub-titles in any colour, font or size ensuring that text changes while substance and context is retained.

At LC, we offer Klingon subtitling services for following language pairs:

  • Klingon to Klingon Subtitling Services
  • Klingon to English Subtitling Services
  • English to Klingon Subtitling Services

Klingon Subtitling & Captioning Services at LC

  • Quick turnaround
  • High quality yet cost effective
  • Offered for all major video formats
  • Fonts compatible with all major operating systems and platforms
  • Excellent editing for better readability and reading speed
  • Qualified and experienced language professionals
  • Localization to suit traditional and cultural norms
  • 4-eye process (subtitling and review by two native professional linguists)

Subtitling file formats supported by LC

  • Digital Video Files viz...WEBM, .MKV, .FLV, .VOB, .OGV, .OGG, .DRC, .GIF, .GIFV, .MNG, .AVI, .MOV, .QT, .WMV, .YUV, .RM, .RMVB, .ASF, .AMV, .MP4, .M4P (with DRM), .M4V, .MPG, .MP2, .MPEG, .MPE, .MPV, .MPG, .M2V, .M4V, .SVI, .3GP, .3G2, .MXF, .ROQ, .NSV, .FLV, .F4V, .F4P, .F4A, .F4B
  • Digital Audio Files viz...3GP, .AA, .AAC, .AAX, .ACT, .AIFF, .AMR, .APE, .AU, .AWB, .DCT, .DSS, .DVF, .FLAC, .GSM, .IKLAX, .IVS, .M4A, .M4B, .M4P, .MMF, .MP3, .OGA, .OPUS, .RA, .RM, .RAW, .SLN, .TTA, .VOX, .WAV, .WMA, .WV
  • Analogs (cassettes, CDs, DVDs, podcasts, videos)
  • .AQT, .GSUB, .JSS, .SUB, .TTXT, .SUB, .PJS, .PSB, .RT, .SMI, .STL, .SSF, .SRT, .SSA or .ASS, .SUB, .USF, .SUB + .IDX
  • Broadcast subtitle formats include: .PAC, .RAC, .CHK, .ESY, .XIF, .X32, .AYA, .890, .CIP, .CAP, .ULT, .USF, .CIN, .L32, .ST4, .ST7, .TIT, .STL
  • Standaloneor hard-coded subtitles depending on your video needs