YouTube has announced new updates to its captioning service, which makes videos more accessible to the hearing impaired by displaying subtitles for dialogue. Automatic captioning, which was launched in English...
Google introduced captions, in English only, to it’s videos back in 2009. The feature is automatic and uses speech recognition to render the text — a method that wasn’t always very smooth in the early days. But, if you have used And... Read Post
YouTube’s automatic captions are now available in six additional European languages: German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Dutch, Google announced today. As you may remember, this closed captioning feature was... Keep re... Read Post