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How To Add Closed Captions & Subtitles To YouTube Video

YouTube encouraging Content creators to include multiple Subtitles and Captions to their branded videos that can reach a wider range of audience. YouTube offers free tools to generate Closed captions and Subtitle automatically to the YouTube Videos.

The main reason behind the adding Closed captions and Subtitle to the YouTube Videos are the people who can not Speak and who are deaf. They can easily understand and respond if we included Captions and subtitles to the Videos.

There is an option in YouTube, that can create Closed Captions and Subtitles automatically once if you upload your video to YouTube. But for some reasons, we should process step by step procedure in YouTube.

How To Add Closed Captions and Subtitles To YouTube Video:

First Login to YouTube Account.

Go to the “Creators Studio” and click on Video Manager option.

In “Video Manager” you will find two options like Videos and Playlists.

Chose “Videos” option from Video Manager. Next, to the Video where you would like to add Subtitles and Closed captions, click on a drop down menu next to “Edit button”.

In another way Click on Edit option and then select “Subtitles/CC “tab.

Click on “Add New Subtitles/CC” button and choose the Language as “English” or other languages whatever you would like to add.

There are two ways you can add Subtitle and Closed Captions to your Videos.

You can directly “Upload a Video File “if you have transcription with time codes.

You can add automatic Subtitles/CC and You can add Subtitles/CC from the starch.

If you select “Transcript and Auto-Sync “ option first copy and paste the script in the text box which is located on the right side.

Choose “Set Timings” options, it takes few minutes to add time codes.

We have other optional fields like add descriptions, annotations, tags, cards and end screen.

Click on “English” option once it is finished. Then go to the “Video” check if everything is good and correct subtitles and time codes.

Finally, Click on “Publish” button.

These are the basic steps needed to add Closed captions and Subtitles to the YouTube videos. We have several tools to automatically add Closed captions and Subtitles to the YouTube videos.

Conclusion:

The above is an extraordinary guide to the content developers and Video Production people to generate Closed captions and Subtitles to the YouTube Videos. Make use of this guide and start implementing on your own Videos.

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