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YouTube Adds Closed Captioning

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YouTube Adds Closed Captioning(August 28, 2008 TechCrunch)

YouTube has turned on the ability to add full closed captions to videos. This will not only allow videos to appeal more directly to foreign audiences, but will give YouTube excellent data for searching videos and targeting ads to them. After all, a complete set of subtitles is the same as a transcript of the video. And you can upload subtitles for as many languages as you want.

It comes to be able to pass on the content of videos also to an foreign audiences as accurately as possible.

The world seems to become more familiar.

 

They can be turned on and off by clicking on the “CC” button that pops up at the bottom right.

It is likely not to be displayed by the environment well.

When not displayed on this page, it is displayed that it inspects it on the YouTube site.

BLASSREITER Episode:1 (Janan animation)

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August 29, 2008 at 4:45 am

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