Video Subtitling Services: Gain more subscribers for your YouTube channel
Okay, our video subtitling services may not put subtitles exactly like above, unless you want it! Now, imagine if someone is watching the above video without any sound, what are they going to understand. You never know, they could be hearing disabled, or may be forced to watch something on mute. “Forced”. I’m looking at you, you sneaky office procrastinator. If your boss is behind you while you’re reading this, hey boss, this guy’s been watching Netflix all year long! Bruhahaha
Make a .SRT file:
This can be quite a lengthy process depending on what your definition of lengthy is, or time is. Basically you need to make a text notepad, number the speakers, like 1, 2 etc. then below each number, note down opening and closing time stamps in hours, minutes, seconds and milliseconds for every time a speaker speaks, then type exactly what they say. Good if you want to save some money for a one-off deal, or if the video is short. But if it’s feature length, make sure you tell your friends and family that you’re going on an adventure with Gandalf.
Use Youtube to add subtitles:
There is a clever way of putting closed captions in your video by uploading your video on Youtube, and then following these steps below:
- Go to your Video Manager by clicking your account in the top right > Creator Studio > Video Manager > Videos.
- Next to the video you want to add captions or subtitles to, click the drop-down menu next to the Edit button.
- Select Subtitles and CC.
- Click the Add new subtitles or CC button.
- Choose how you want to add or edit subtitles or closed captions to your video
If you want more information straight from Google’s official support website, click here.
Use our video subtitling service.
(Not a shameless plug at all, this is our website, d’oh!):
Like the title above says, you can save yourself a ton of time and use our video subtitling services, which starting at $1.20 per audio/video minute is a sweet deal. We can make the SRT file if you want, or hard embed the subtitles in your video (so that people who don’t want subs are still stuck with them, annoyingly, just because you want them to? Don’t you wanna feel like God?) We can also do the below if you really, really nicely say pretty please:
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