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Contribute subtitles and closed captions to YouTube Channels
Some channels let you contribute subtitles and closed captions to their videos. They’re viewable on the video by clicking on the [CC] icon in the player. Approved content is owned by the video owner.
Read more on YT Support https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6054623?hl=en
- Go to Video Manager
- Click Edit Video
- Subtitles And CC Tab
- Turn ‘Allow Community Contributions’ on
I’m told you get to review them. If anyone allows this on a video, let me know and we’ll try it out.
The DCMP has a list of vendors that they certify for quality captioning at http://youtubeready.dcmp.org/
These are vendors that you can trust to provide quality professional captioning services.
CCAC provides a list of people offering free services
Feel free to comment on any captioning services that you’ve used, or resources for a compiled list of captioning vendors.
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