People all around the world need access to online video through subtitles. Linguists of many skill levels are needed to create a more accessible media ecosystem.
So you've just finished creating subtitles and you're excited to use them. But when you go to download them, you are greeted by a long list of available file formats, all in unintelligible strings of three or four letters. What are these subtitle file formats and what are the differences between them? It can be … Continue reading Subtitle File Formats and Their Differences
We are excited to announce our newest offering, Amara Community. With Youtube Community Contributions scheduled to retire on September 28, 2020, Amara Community is a powerful alternative for Youtube creators. Since 2010, Amara has been a project of the Participatory Culture Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to creating technologies, services, and communities that ensure a … Continue reading Start Your Amara Community: A Powerful Alternative to YouTube Community Contributions
We’ve reviewed more than a hundred of the latest video stats and identified the most important for 2020 to help you navigate the latest video trends.
There is some debate online about what to call those little words at the bottom of your video. Some people call them subtitles, and some people call them captions. If you want to know why, then you’re reading the right article.
This month we’re honoring Taylor Ma for her role in translating DO-IT videos into Chinese. Thanks for all your work Taylor! Why I started to subtitle: I became a volunteer with DO-IT to practice my translations skills and I tried to find an area I would be interested in. So I browsed through the introduction … Continue reading May Volunteer of the Month – Taylor Ma
Curious about how effective your crowd translations are? Wondering about your top languages or the diversity of your team? Amara's enterprise teams, will now show you all the answers. The new stats graphs can be found on the Activities tab of your team.