TubeCaption – Captioning the Web

A comment on the post #267 “Yes! YouTube Adds Captioning Capability!”  showed me TubeCaption
https://billcreswell.wordpress.com/2008/06/04/yes-youtube-adds-captioning-capability/

You can use http://tubecaption.com to add captions to any YouTube video.
With http://TubeCaption.com you don’t have to worry about time code start and end times etc. Adding captions is super easy.

Captions are searchable and you can make MONEY $$ by adding captions to any video.
The more videos views the more money you can make.

Check it out http://TubeCaption.com

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8 thoughts on “TubeCaption – Captioning the Web

  1. Ok, I got some help from the Tube Captions. There is a feature to “Ripple”, which moves the balance of the captions.

    I have done two now. The Music video took about 20 minutes or less, because of the import feature that allows you to import transcripts and lyrics, for a “draft” version.

    The R-rated Tropical Thunder trailer that mentions “Simple Jack” and some of the uses of the “r-word”.
    http://www.tubecaption.com/watch?v=8Y7WDWP8WMs&vcId=162

    and

    One of the “Requested Videos” James Blunt, “You’re Beautiful”
    http://www.tubecaption.com/watch?v=8Y7WDWP8WMs&vcId=162

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