GPII Developer Space Tools Listing
Items listed here do meet the requirements of DSpace Components or Frameworks but never the less may be of interest to developers.
- <span style="color:#0000cd;"Amara</u></span> provides a subtitle/caption editor that makes it easy to caption and translate video. Amara also hosts volunteer localization & accessibility communities, and offers professional tools and services for subtitles.
- HTML5 Video Caption Maker from the IE 11 test drive examples by Microsoft. Create and edit simple video caption files. Supports subsets of the W3C TTML 1.0 Recommendation and the rapidly evolving WebVTT file format. The supported subsets match those supported for playback in Internet Explorer 10.
- YouTube Captioning - MANUAL: Provides ability to manually add captions to YouTube Videos or upload a transcript and position timing
- [https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/3038280?hl=en YouTube Captioning- AUTOMATIC: Even if you haven’t added captions to your video, YouTube may use speech recognition technology to automatically make captions available. Since these are automatically generated, the quality of the captions may vary from video to video. The video owner, can always edit the captions to improve accuracy.
- CaptionTube: With CaptionTube you can create captions for your YouTube videos. It’s easy to use and it’s free. (This is not GOOGLE or YouTube's caption tool) Offer viewers a transcript to read; Improve discoverability and searching for sales and training videos; Create and edit closed captions in multiple languages; Export captions and upload them to your YouTube account; Simple and secure sign in using your Google account.
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