AI based voice audio translations.

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Papercup is on a mission to make all the world’s videos watchable in any language. Using state-of-the-art machine learning, Papercup has created an AI system capable of translating people’s voices into other languages with a delivery that is indistinguishable from human speech while retaining characteristics of the speaker's voice.

Papercup empowers content creators such as Sky News, Yoga with Adriene, and DIY Creators to reach global audiences eager to watch videos in their native language which they couldn’t access before. Currently supporting English to Spanish and German (in Beta). Starting from $20 per minute.

How it works:

Papercup translates human speech using machine learning algorithms. For example, if you record yourself speaking in one language, their algorithms generate an audio translation in another language, which sounds similar to you. Not only that, but they can transfer the emotion, intonation, and emphasis on the way you deliver the original audio into the translated language.

Their tool ingests a video, converts the audio into text, translates said text into a target language, and ultimately generates an output voice which is then superimposed onto the original video. They have a range of voices and emotions to choose from to help us find the perfect voice for each video.

You can get started in 3 easy steps:

  1. Submit your video (any format will work) to your dedicated account manager

  2. Papercup’s solution will translate the video into the target language and their in-house QA team will ensure the quality of the output video

  3. Papercup will either send you the video or you can ask them to upload it directly to your Uscreen account

Go to to get started and just reference Uscreen, when you get in touch.

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