How to Caption Your Udemy Videos at No Cost - Unofficial
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Closed captioning is a subtitling system designed to make television more accessible to the hearing-impaired. Unlike movie subtitles, which are intended to translate dialogue for people who can hear the rest of the soundtrack, closed captions need to convey all important sound effects, music cues, nonverbal expressions, and dialogue that occur as a program plays. Subtitles and closed captions open up your content to a larger audience, including deaf or hard of hearing viewers or those who speak other languages.
This course will show you how to caption your Udemy Videos using a very easy and Free process. You'll learn how to make a closed caption file using very advanced software, that is free to use. This course will take you through the entire process step by step. In this course, I'll show you how I personally caption my videos, and how to adjust and tweak the timing of your caption files. I'll also show you how to upload those caption files to your Udemy course. Plus I'll show you the many benefits of captioning your videos. This course is for anyone who produces their own videos and would like to open up their videos to a broader viewing audience. It's also for anyone wanting to stay ahead of the new FCC rules requiring Captioning for most broadcasters.
Closed captioning is encoded in a variety of ways, depending on the video format. But in this course we will be teaching you how to make the ".srt" file format, which is compatible with your Udemy course videos.
This course will show you how to:
- Find a free captioning method
- How to use the free captioning method
- How to fix the timing on you captions
- How to get the right file format for Udemy
- How to upload your new caption file to Udemy
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|Section 1: An introduction to the Course|
This is an introduction to this course on captioning your videos
|Section 2: The Benefits of Captioning|
Growing your audience is one of the benefits of adding captions to your videos.
Another great benefit of adding closed captions to your udemy course is Access.
One of the greatest benefits of adding a caption file to your video is the added SEO - Search Engine Optimization your course receives.
|Quiz 1||2 questions|
What are the benefits of captioning?
|Section 3: How to Caption your Videos for Free|
A step by step guide on how to close caption your videos, using youtube's closed captioning tools.
How to set the timing on your closed caption file.
|Section 4: Uploading your Caption Files to Udemy|
How to move your caption file (.srt) from Youtube over to Udemy for your course videos.
|Section 5: Bonus: Alternative Captioning Methods|
Using SVR Captions to outsource your captioning. Need help captioning? This is an alternative.
A great piece of software for captioning your videos. Not a free method, but a good one.
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