Translate Videos

Before translating your video, you must first transcribe it. Automatic transcription only takes a few minutes. As mentioned earlier, transcription increases the scope of your content and helps drive traffic to your website. You can download a video from your personal computer or extract it from YouTube. With Keevi, you can translate up to 119 languages. Once you upload a video, you can cut it into a short video or cut out the parts you want to translate.

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How To Translate Video With Keevi?

With this video translator, you can translate videos into multiple languages in 3 simple steps. You can translate into any language out of over 100 languages without installing a software.


Step 1: Upload the Video

The first step is to download the video or export its link from YouTube. Once this is done, you go to the Keevi homepage and click on "Get Started For Free.”

After clicking on “Get Started for Free,” an upload panel will pop up. Paste the URL of the video into the box that says, "Insert YouTube link here.” If the video is already on your device, press the blue arrow at the top to upload it. 

Step 2: Translate Video

You can translate your videos in 2 different ways. 

Option A

The first step is to add multilingual subtitles by clicking on auto subtitles.

Choose your video’s language and then select the language you want to translate it into. You can translate your video into 119 languages. Next, click on “Generate auto subtitles.” Quickly check the transcript for edits. You can even check the start and stop timings of the subtitles. Transcribing the video can take up to a minute, depending on the length of the video. 

Click on options. Select translations and go to ‘Add the subtitle track.’ Choose the original transcription of the video and then translate it into any language of your choice. 

Option B

The second option is one of Keevi's special features. It consists of adding a translated voice over to the video of your choice. To do this, you choose "create text to speech.” There is an option to convert the transcript into an AI voice over. There are several voice actors to choose from. Then click on export, and the video will be fully translated with a voice over in the language of your choice.

The AI-generated voice over gets embedded in the video. If you want the subtitles to be displayed as well, follow the steps in Option A.

Step 3: Download The Video

If you want to use closed captions in a YouTube video, then upload the SRT file of the transcribed version. You also have the option of embedding the translated subtitles in the video.


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How do I translate an English video to Spanish?

Keevi offers 2 options to translate video: 

First option

Upload the video or export its link from YouTube.  Go to the Keevi homepage and click on "Get Started For Free.” A download panel will appear, and you paste the URL of the video in the box that says "Insert YouTube link here.” Click on auto subtitles and choose the language of your video. After that, select “Spanish” and click on generate auto subtitles. Download the SRT file and use it as closed captions to a YouTube video or embed the translated subtitles onto the video. 

Second option 

If you want to add a translated voice over to the video, click on "create text to speech.”  Convert the transcript into an AI voice over. Then click on export, and the video will be fully translated with a voice over in the language of your choice.

How to translate Spanish video to English?

Some Advantages of Translated Video Subtitles That Many People Ignore. 

Make Your Videos Accessible To Everyone

According to WHO, globally, 1.5 billion people live with some degrees of hearing loss. By translating your videos into several languages, you make your content accessible to all these people and help them benefit from your product, too. Try Keevi for free to make that happen.

Help ESL Learners 

Over half of YouTube viewers are not native English speakers. Chances are, they don't fully understand all the English content they encounter. Plus, YouTube's automatic subtitles are not always accurate. If you're a marketer, a YouTuber, we recommend translating your video to get your message across easily. For this, you need the right tool, and Keevi is the solution. 

Help You Get an Edge In Video SEO. 

A study revealed that 82% of all Internet traffic would be video content by 2022. That's why you need a good tool that can accurately translate your video like Keevi to drive traffic to your site and grow your sales. If you want to take your business to the next level, you'll have to start translating your videos, and that's where Keevi comes in handy. Try Keevi to get an accurate and fast translation for your videos.

Improve Average Watch Time 

Going through boatloads of information online, your audience is much more likely to remember the content of your message if it is reinforced with both sound and text, in this case, subtitles. 85% of social Facebook video content is watched in silent mode. Plus, closed captions can increase video view time by an average of 12%. A well-translated video not only captures the attention of your audience but also keeps the brand in the minds of your consumers.

Why Is It Important To Translate Videos?

More than 4 billion videos are viewed every day on Facebook, with approximately 2.8 billion users each month. Out of the 10 leading countries based on Facebook audience, the United States of America is the only country where English is spoken as a native language.

More than half of Facebook users do not speak English as their first language. Imagine the reach of your product if you had to promote it through a video translated into several languages on Facebook? Keevi’s free online video translator is the tool you need to grow your business by making your video multilingual and diversifying your audience. It provides you with an automatic transcription of your video. Moreover, you can edit the transcription and get an accurate translation.

Why Should You Choose Keevi To Translate Your Video?

Translate In 119 languages
Keevi offers its online video translation services in 119 languages. Translate your video into French, Chinese, Portuguese, Hebrew, Afrikaans, Mandarin, Chinese, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Armenian, Indonesian, Azerbaijan, Catalan, German, Danish, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Hindi, Farsi, Ukrainian, Serbian, Russian, Czech, Gurajadi, Galician, Georgian, Filipino, Zulu, Icelandic, Italian, Jawa, Kannada, Euskara, Marathi, Lithuanian, Latvian, Hungarian, Polish, Dutch, Portuguese, Norwegian, Slovak, Romanian, Greek, Turkish, Telugu,  Vietnamese, Tamil, Finnish, Swahili, Urang, Bulgarian, Malay, and many more in just one click and in no time.

Save Time And Money
Don’t waste your time and money trying to translate manually or hiring expensive video translators. The average professional translator takes 4 to 5 hours to translate a one-hour video.  Keevi helps you get the job done in minutes and with impeccable quality.  The best part is that Keevi offers all this for free.

Easy to Use And Flexible
Keevi is an online application that anyone can use. Not only do you not have to download any software before using it, but the application works on all mobile devices, Windows, Mac, iPhone, iOS, iPad, and Android. No matter what type of device you use, you have nothing to worry about.

What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

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Static and dynamic content editing

A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!

How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.