Video Remote Interpreting
Video Remote Interpreting (VRI), is Auslan interpreting delivered remotely via video communication, such as Skype, Zoom, FaceTime or any other video platform.
When is Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) suitable?
VRI works best for small meetings of about 2 to 5 people.
To ensure a successful VRI booking, participants must have good quality audio and video.
As the minimum booking charge for VRI requests is 30 minutes, it can work well for short interactions.
VRI may also be an appropriate alternative when an Auslan interpreter is unavailable to attend onsite. This is especially useful for some rural and remote areas where there are no local interpreters.
Requesting this service
Participants will require a device that has a microphone, camera and speakers (e.g. a laptop, computer or a tablet).
To ensure adequate audio and video quality, participants require a strong internet connection.
For a free trial of VRI, and to test your equipment, contact our interpreting service, Auslan Connections via details below.
How to book this service
Click the button below to book this service. You will be taken to the Auslan Connections website.
Contact Auslan Connections to make your booking.
For more information, contact Auslan Connections:
Auslan Connections provides Auslan interpreting, VRI (Video Remote Interpreting), notetaking and captioning services.
Auslan Connections is a joint venture of Expression Australia and Deaf Services. We provide interpreting across the whole of Australia.
All profits from Auslan Connections are invested back into services for people who are Deaf and hard of hearing.
You can book an interpreter via email, SMS, phone or using our online portal on the Auslan Connections website.