YouTube Gets Closed Captioning

YouTube adds closed captions and a translate feature to add subtitles for videos in other languages.

The feature allows you to upload captioning and then can translate it to over 30 different languages. For the longest time, you’ve had so many ideas for a video blog, but never thought anyone outside of Eastern Europe would truly appreciate it. Now’s your chance to break down that language barrier, and reach out to them.

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