Dubbing Platform Dubdub.ai Raises $1 Million In Funding
Dubdub.ai, an AI-powered dubbing platform, has raised $1 million from Waveform Ventures and Accel Atoms.
The funding round also saw participation from several investors, including Forward Slash Capital, Force Ventures, Deepak Anchala (founder, Slintel), Swati Mohan(ex-head of marketing, Netflix), Aprameya Radhakrishna (Founder, Koo), and Nishant Mungali (founder, Mindtickle).
As per the startup, the raised funds will help it build technical expertise in the team and validate several use cases for global customers.
Dubdub.ai | Online Tool To Make Video Content Multilingual
Founded by Anubhav Singh, Rahul Sankhwar, Rahul Garg and Anchal Jaiswal in August 2021, Dubdub.ai is an online tool to make video content multilingual. Using AI/ML, the startup is making dubbing cheaper, faster, reliable, scalable, and shareable.
Speaking about the development, Anubhav Singh, Co-founder of Dubdub.ai, said,
“We want to make the most of the growing demand for localized content by automating parts of the dubbing process with AI. With our end-to-end platform, content owners and studios can get results in weeks rather than months, so dubbing projects are completed faster. Further, it uses just a few minutes of the actors’ voices – making the dubbed version sound more authentic.”
The startup enables audio/video dubbing in over 50 languages without any language expertise, so dubbing becomes easier, faster, and more cost-effective.
Commenting on the development, Subrata Mitra, Partner at Accel, said,
“As video content is increasing exponentially and becoming more pervasive to the pan Indian user base, we strongly believe that DubDub’s product will become the norm in building inclusive content in a scalable manner. With the team’s passion for the problem and their experience in building and commercializing AI-based solutions, we are also excited about the potential global impact of their product.”