Annagramm using alugha for one music video
The band Annagramm, which consists of the duo Anna Beetz and Chriss Gross, is for quite some time now known also outside the borders of Germany with their music. To make the message of their songs more understandable in other countries they are playing live they made the decision to translate the lyrics into the mother tongue of those countries. Here fore alugha is the tool! Now they can focus on only one video and just put all the other languages just on top of the video and embed this into their website. Not only all views are now focused in just a single video, also the amount of work to publish two or more separated videos means lot of extra work on top.
Check Annagramm's website here.
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