Creating captions with CaptionTube
Let's add captions to a video. On the My Videos page, click the preview image or the Edit button. The video will open in the Timeline view. Press play to start loading the video. To add a caption, click Add Caption. Note that the start point will be set automatically to the current time. When the caption should end, click the Set End Point button. Enter the caption text and click Save Caption. The new caption appears in the track area below. To edit a caption click it, make adjustments and click save. Here are other features in the Timeline view: You can zoom in or out of the timeline and you can scroll it. You can also work with multiple caption tracks. Below the track names, click the Pencil button to edit a track.
Click the Plus button to add a track
Select a track and click the Minus button to delete it. Let me switch to another video that is finished to show you additional features. If you want a quick estimate on how fast your captions are, click the Words per Minute button. It will analyze the words and duration for each caption and rate them. Let's look at the other views. The list view presents the captions sorted by start time. Almost everything you can do in the timeline view, you can do in the list view. Click a caption row to edit one. Additional controls are above the list such as switching between tracks, editing the track settings adding or deleting tracks looking at the words per minute and exporting. The Preview mode is for previewing the captions before you export them.
You can also set the video's aspect ratio video between 4 by 3 and 16 by 9
and you can switch between multiple language tracks if you have them available. In the next screencast I'll show you how to export.
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