YouTube Is Removing Community Captions Feature

Google said in its statement that both other captioning options — auto-generated or manually uploaded from the video’s proprietor — will remain accessible and that it is also offering to cover the price of a 6-month subscription of Amara.org for all creators who’ve used the Community Contribution feature for three or more videos in the previous 60 days.

Google notes that less than 0.001 percentage of channels have printed community captions, showing less than 0.2 percent of watch time in the previous month.

Effort losing community captions from creators could leave customers With experiences.

Since automatic subtitles can leave lots Lost in translation and uploaded subtitles call for a good deal of Saved as drafts will remain available until September 28th, and consumers can still print them before that date.

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