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YouTube Gets Closed Captions

Posted by: , 05:53 AEDT, Mon March 8, 2010

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Google's YouTube announced that it has moved its automatic speech-recognition and closed-captioning technology out of beta and

YouTube has moved its automatic speech-recognition and closed-captioning technology out of beta and have now made it available all.

With the addition of closed-captioning, now millions of users who are hard of hearing, deaf, or simply speak another language can now have a greater access to YouTube videos.

It will only work for English language videos at first but, other languages would be coming soon.


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