Today, Twitter rolled out automatic captioning for videos for its users around the world. The feature is available for new and muted Tweet videos, but it won’t automatically add captions to older ones.
It will only work on new videos and will not apply to older ones. At launch, it will only work with English and many European languages. You can turn on automatic captions from the accessibility settings in your account.
The auto captions will appear in over 30 languages, and will be available on videos that are newly uploaded. They won’t show up on older videos, but they’ll be available for older ones as well.
Moreover, they won’t work on videos that are more than a few days old. As Twitter continues to develop its features to improve accessibility, users can report old videos that aren’t being properly captioned.
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Twitter rolled out Automatic Captions for Videos- Availability
The automatic captions will be available on web and mobile platforms. It will work on both iOS and Android devices. This new feature will be available in over 30 languages at launch. However, users should note that it won’t offer editing capabilities.
Furthermore, the automatic captions will not contain any audio. Therefore, users should be careful when they’re posting videos. Even though they’re an improvement, Twitter still has a long way to go before they’re fully accessible.
The automatic captions will only be available for videos that were recently uploaded. You can’t edit the captions at this stage, so it’s not recommended for older videos.
For people with hearing impairments, this will improve accessibility. For other users, this is a major step forward for the social media platform. Besides video, Twitter has also added voice tweets and live captions on its platform.
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Twitter rolled out Automatic Captions for Videos- Platforms
Users will be able to turn on automatic captions for videos on the web and mobile platforms. This feature will be available for all videos, regardless of the language. It will also be available for videos uploaded in the past.
Currently, auto captions are available for over thirty languages on iOS and Android. This new feature is available for all tweets on the social network. The automatic captions are available for video in multiple languages.
Twitter has introduced video captions on its website. They will appear when the user’s device is muted, and will be available for all videos. The new feature will also be available on iPhones and Android devices.
It will be available in more than 30 languages at launch. You can toggle it to stay on even if the volume is up. Those with disabilities will be able to enjoy a better experience on the social network.
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Twitter rolled out Automatic Captions for Videos- Available for only new videos
The new feature is available on all videos uploaded to Twitter. This feature is only available for new videos. It will only appear on new videos. YouTube has already started testing the feature in India.
In addition to the automatic captioning, the service is also available on voice tweets. Those with hearing disabilities will be able to watch video content with subtitles in their preferred language. They will also be available on YouTube.
The new feature is available on mobile, iOS, and web. It will be available in over 30 languages at launch. The new captions will be displayed on videos that are muted.
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Twitter rolled out Automatic Captions for Videos- Wrap Up
You can also turn on automatic captions for video if you want to share videos on Twitter. While it may not be possible to turn on subtitles in the web, they will be available on all new posts. The feature will be available in multiple languages on the website.
Those who are visually impaired can now watch videos with captions on their mobile device. Previously, captions were only available on videos with audio. Now, they will appear on all new videos in every language, including Spanish.
Until then, they will only be available on new videos. Those who have impaired vision should opt for the feature to enable automatic captions on their mobile devices. This is a great step for those with visual impairments.