Posts Tagged ‘ Closed Captioning ’

YouTube Closed Captioning Fail – All Your Video Are Belong To Us

Mar 5th, 2010 | By | Category: General, Internet TV, Video

YouTube has introduced a new feature – automatic Closed Captioning – and it’s starting to look like they may have brought All Your Base Are Belong To Us into a new decade. Automatic Closed-Captioning uses speech recognition technology to translated audio from videos into text. It’s a great idea – but it often has unintentionally […]

YouTube Adds Video Captions

Aug 28th, 2008 | By | Category: Internet TV, Streaming Video, Video, Video Software

YouTube has announced a new feature – video captioning – that lets you add captions to give viewers a deeper understanding of your videos. Captions can help people who would not otherwise understand the audio track to follow along, especially those who speak other languages or who are deaf and hard of hearing. An example, an […]