69% of consumers prefer to watch videos without sound when in public, and 25% prefer to do so in private, according to a study by Verizon Media.
90% users are more likely to watch an entire video if it has captions ❋ 90% users are more likely to watch an entire video if it has captions ❋
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1️⃣ Insert YouTube video link
2️⃣ Generate subtitles for your Japanese Videos
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When subtitles are included on YouTube, 80% more people watch full videos . Video sharing can also increase upto 15%.
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Subtitles play a huge role in any successful video marketing strategy. 85% of Facebook videos are being watched with the sound turned off.
Adding text to your video simply means expanding your audience reach and getting your message across to wider audiences.Text can help grab a viewer’s attention and keep them interested. It can add context and help get a viewer locked into your message quickly. Most folks might swipe on by without text, never to return.
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Dubverse can generate subtitles in 30+ languages. Our Self Servable script editor allows you to edit subtitles and timestamps according to your need.
Captions are meant for video when the viewer is able to see the video but not hear it (often intended for deaf or hard-of-hearing). They communicate the video’s spoken content and “atmospherics”, which are sound effects that are part of the story.
Subtitles are intended for viewers who can hear the audio, but can’t understand the language spoken. They translate the video’s spoken and written language into the viewer’s language.
Both captions and subtitles use the same file formats, such as .srt and .scc.