Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Add subtitles to a video, part of Learning Microsoft Stream.
- [Instructor] Captions are a transcript…of the words that are spoken in a video…in the language in which they were spoken.…If I want to provide a translation for other folks,…I will do that through subtitles.…In order to create subtitles, I need to upload…a subtitle file and you may have one.…Someone might have already created a subtitle file.…It's very similar to the caption file…except, of course, it will be in another language.…I'm going to assume that you don't have…someone creating subtitles for you…and I want to show you how to do that.…
Before I do, I want to put a big warning wrapper…around this concept.…If you are not a native and proficient speaker…of the language that you're creating subtitles for,…you're not the person to sign off…that the subtitles are right.…We can use online tools to be able to generate…a subtitle file and I'm going to show you…how to do that, but the way I'll know it's right…is that I will have someone who speaks that language…look at the video, look at the subtitles,…and tell me if it's correct.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- What is Microsoft Stream?
- Navigating in Stream
- Viewing and uploading videos
- Adding timings to descriptions
- Organizing and managing content
- Creating channels and groups
- Sharing videos
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Get Started with Microsoft Stream
2. Create and View Content
3. Organize, Share, and Manage Content
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