Subtitle/CC YouTube Videos On Your PHONE!
Captions throughout this video were written using this method except this Kinetic Typography "I want you to think about this for a second More then 36 Million Americans alone Are either deaf or have some difficulty with hearing And on a Global scale 5% of the world's population suffers from some sort of hearing loss So think about how many millions of those people might be on YouTube so right outta the gate, if you're not captioning your videos you're missing out on potentially millions of people who could be watching your videos" So... let's jump right into it..
since we can't use out browser to subtitle our videos because i would rather record a week Worth of videos than write subtitles for one video IIIIIIII CAN'T DO THIIISSS!
!! *BANG* so we're going to use an app called Subcake Links to all apps mentioned in this video will be in the description below Subcake is basically a subtitle editor that we will be using to write *and sync* our captions First, import your Youtube video into the app if you don't have your video on your phone then you can download it from Youtube using Vidmate or any online Youtube downloader once you have your video downloaded swipe right in Subcake to reveal the sidebar Tap Open Video and select your video swipe right again and select create blank file tap New Line to create a new subtitle line you tap on the pencil icon to type your captions in your edit panel, you don't need to change anything other then typing your caption unless you want to fine-tune your synchronization and now you basically play your video memorize the dialogue write your caption tap save and keep doing this until you have finished writing subtitles for the whole video the process, obviously is time consuming so what i like to do is attach an external keyboard to my phone through OTG cable since I'm good with physical keyboards it speeds up my process once you're done writing, it's time to sync it with the video you'll see a circular button at the bottom right corner of the screen that you can move around for some reason this button will help us sync the captions when you tap and hold the button it starts to basically record that moment and when you release the button, it stops Recording that make sense? i hope so scroll all the way up and tap the first line of your subtitle move the video playhead to the start of your video tap and hold the stopwatch icon and play your video [with your other thumb] now you basically read your captions tap and hold the stopwatch button when the speaking starts and release it when it ends you do this for the whole video if you mess up at any point in time you can pause the video and resync the line once you have write down your captions and synced it with the Audio then it is time to save it and upload it to youtube tap the save icon to save it to your phone then tap export this will open up a new window where you select the subtitle format by default it'll be A$$ (laughs at his own joke that a 5 year old would make) we...
we don't want A$$ Youtube supports
srt so we'll be exporting it in .srt open up your favorite browser and open up YouTube in desktop mode in Google Chrome you tap on the 3 dots at the top right corner and select Desktop Site login to your youtube and go to your video's subtitles page once on the subtitles page.. tap "Add new subtitle" select English if you wrote your subtitles in English tap upload file...
then tap Subtitles File in the next page select and navigate to your subtitles file your subtitle file will be located inside the Subcake folder in your internal storage once you've done that, you simply tap [Save then] Publish and your video will now have closed captions QOTD: If you're a mobile creator, what would you like me to make a video on next?
anything you might be struggling with? or maybe you have an idea for something else? Let me know in the comments down below..
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