Disney recently released a compilation of voiceover snippets from their latest release Frozen. The video is of the movie’s most popular song “Let It Go” and rolls through 25 languages in the course of the song. You can see the video here. The post from Disney also shows some of the translated versions of their film posters.
When watching the video you can really appreciate the amount of work that goes into making the timing and lip-synching work properly.
We were fortunate enough to work on a similar type of project where we provided the translation, voice-over, and audio engineering on a Japanese version of a cartoon in support of the popular business book “Who Moved My Cheese”. You can see the video here:
Peter founded Argo Translation, originally based in Milwaukee, WI, in 1995. Prior to transferring his love of all things international and his savvy business expertise into Chicago’s premier translation agency, he attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he graduated with a major in finance and human resource management. After graduation he went on to become an Italian translator and project manager for an international medical equipment manufacturer and major airline.