Diversify the audience for your YouTube videos by making your content multilingual.
And you don’t have to worry about having limited video editing skills. Keevi makes it possible to make YouTube translation subtitles and voice overs for your YouTube videos in 3 easy steps.
Instead of creating separate channels for each language, you get to reach a global audience using one channel containing multilingual videos.
This saves you time, energy, and resources. And you can concentrate viewership and subscribers to one channel.
Translating YouTube videos is also an excellent way to expand your market in a specific geographic area. By making the language in your content match with what your target audience is using to search Google, your videos will become more discoverable.
Keevi will help you auto translate YouTube videos in any language of your choice out of the 119 available. Some of the languages include:
US English, Australian English, British English, Indian English, Scottish English, Irish English, and Welsh English, Chinese Mandarin – Mainland, Dutch, Spanish, Farsi, Hebrew, Indian Hindi, Indonesian, French and Canadian French, Italian, Japanese, German and Swiss German, Korean, Malay, Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Tamil, Telugu, Turkish, Gulf Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic.
Auto transcription takes only a minute or so, and translating it into a different language takes an equally short time.
However, the benefits of these quick and easy actions are massive. It increases the scope of your content, helping you reach a wider audience.
Keevi helps with translating YouTube videos through text or voice by either adding translated subtitles or a translated voice over. Or both.
Upload your video from your computer by clicking on “Browse” or simply drag and drop. You can also extract it directly from YouTube by inserting the video’s URL on the space provided.
Keevi will add your video to the studio.
You can trim it into a shorter video by clicking the handles on the edges and dragging. You can also cut out parts of the video that you want to translate by clicking on the start time of the part you want to remove and click “Split,” and select the end-time and click “Split,” hit the delete button.
There are two ways you can auto translate YouTube videos:
Option a – Translate YouTube video audio using subtitles
Begin by transcribing the video first. Click on “Subtitles” and select “Auto Subtitles.”
Choose Spanish or the language your video is in, and select “Generate Auto Subtitles.” It could take up to a minute to generate the subtitles depending on the length of the video.
The transcript will appear in the editor and on the timeline.
It will not be 100% right because it is auto generated, but you can be sure that it will need minimal edits. Do a spellcheck and make any tweaks you deem necessary.
You could also change its start and end times on the timeline.
Next, auto translate video. You can change the language of the subtitles to English or any other language of your preference.
Click on “Options” and select “Translations.” Select “Add Subtitles Track.”
Tap “Translate from Original” and choose your language of choice. There are over 119 languages available to translate your text in.
Once you have made your selection, click “Create.”
At this point, you can choose to go to the final step of exporting. You will have the video with subtitles in English or the language of your choice. At the same time, the background voice over or audio remains in Spanish or the original language of your video.
Or you can choose to add a translated AI voice over.
Option b – Add a translated voice over
To add a translated voice over to the video, click “Create Text to Speech.”
You will get the option to choose between different voice over actors that are all generated by artificial intelligence.
Once you choose your voice, Keevi will convert the transcription into a voice over.
If you want the subtitles to show as well, follow Option a and then move on to the steps in Option b.
When you go to step 3, exporting, you will have the video with the translated sub-titles plus the voice over in the same language as the subtitles.
Click “Export,” and your video will render in seconds.
You can choose to download the translated subtitles in an SRT version, which you can later upload as closed captions for your YouTube video. Or you can have the translations embedded in the video.
Keevi provides the option to share your video directly on social media or download it on your PC.
You can translate YouTube video audio online using Keevi in a few minutes. You have the option to translate the video’s subtitles or/and add an AI voice over in the language of your choice.
Translate video to English subtitles and/or English voice over using Keevi in 3 quick steps:
Create English subtitles in your YouTube video using Keevi online:
You don’t need CC to translate your YouTube video. You can use Keevi’s “Text to Speech” feature to add an AI-generated voice over in a language of your choice.
Keevi is an online YouTube language translator that helps you translate a video in any language to English subtitles or/and English voice over fast and efficiently.
Only 25.9 percent of worldwide internet users are English speakers, while 19.4% are Chinese speakers and 7.9% are Spanish speakers. If you create your video in only one language, English, for instance, you limit your audience to only a quarter of what is available.
With YouTube being the second-largest search engine with over 2 billion monthly users, you can maximize your reach by creating a multilingual video instead of a single language. The more people you reach, the more leads you get for your business.
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