Generate captions transcribing the uploaded video (up to 10 minutes long) automatically
from your browser without installing any software.
Revise the generated subtitles, fine-tuned syncing, and make the final edits online and
directly from the visual editor on the web.
Burn the subtitles on the video to share on social media or download the SRT file to use
with your video editing software of choice.
Generate subtitles automatically
Get highly accurate subtitles automatically, revise, and edit your subtitles
seamlessly. Get automatically synchronized subtitles, fine-tune syncing by the millisecond.
Get a standard SRT file with your subtitles and use it with the editing tool of your
Make your media accessible
Facilitate video reproduction and engagement with your content. Videos with subtitles
can be delivered and consumed in autoplay mode -with sound muted- without loss of information.
Provide subtitles so that people who are deaf and hard-of-hearing can understand your
Add captions to videos
Add captions to your stories and marketing videos, burning subtitles on videos.
Captions help with focus and user experience, improving brand recall and awareness.
Reuse the subtitles created to craft relevant video descriptions and boost your SEO.
How to auto generate and add subtitles from video to social media
Most social media videos are muted videos. The main reason is while many browsers don't
allow video autoplay without a user action, all of them allow autoplay in the case of muted videos. So, adding
subtitles to videos is a great way to get the message across, without the need of sound.
In this context, subtitles fill a void and allow you to draw attention to your content and
transmit the message recorded. However, typing all the subtitles manually can be a cumbersome task, even for a
few minutes video.
1. Add auto subtitles
Current AI technology can transcribe speech in a video with a remarkable accuracy. So, we
can auto generate subtitles from the uploaded video creating the captions together with the syncing times.
2. Edit auto subtitles
Next, we should revise results to correct anything we deem necessary, to add the name of
the person talking, to adjust the grouping of some words in different sentences or the timing at which each
sentence is expected to appear.
3. Download and share
Finally, we may download a standard SRT file with the subtitles and use it with our video
editor of choice, like iMovie or Premiere.
Now, we can also add the subtitles to the video to directly share it on the social media
preserving the message across with silent autoplay.