Adding Captions to YouTube: Resource Links

ProudGeek Reviews of some captioning methods

Other Captioning Options:

And Caption Keeper, for converting TV Closed caption data into webstreaming formats.

If there is interest in more in-depth review or instruction in these, please comment.


7 thoughts on “Adding Captions to YouTube: Resource Links

  1. There’s a freeware tool called CCExtractor that does essentially the same thing as CaptionKeeper; it grabs captions from a DVD or TiVo recording and exports them in the .srt format that YouTube can use (which in turn can be converted to other formats using some of the other tools).


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