No More Craptions: Editing Closed Captions/Subtitles on a Video

This article explains how to use No More Craptions to quickly edit the automatically generated YouTube captions. No More Craptions is for fixing up OTHER people's video content, which is made public and already auto-captioned.

1. Navigate to nomorecraptions.com and paste the YouTube video URL in the box shown and click Submit:
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*TIP:  Be sure to use the full URL from your address bar and not the shortened YouTube share URL.

2.  As your video plays, the captions will show up underneath.  Click in any of the captions to edit words.  Words in orange mean YouTube auto-captioning is somewhat unsure of the accuracy of the translation while words in red mean YouTube auto-captioning is very unsure of the accuracy of the translation.  When you have fixed a problem, click the Update Captions button and re-start the video to move on.

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3.  You should see your caption changes on YouTube in 24 hours.

The SIUE ITS Help Desk does not support No More Craptions.  Please search online for help and troubleshooting.




Keywords:edit, voice recognition, subtitles, cc, closed caption, no more craptions, youtube captions, fix captions, you tube   Doc ID:72742
Owner:Niki G.Group:Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Created:2017-04-19 14:13 CSTUpdated:2017-12-14 14:35 CST
Sites:Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
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