Yuzzit Pro is the tool that helps you do tedious tasks in just a few clicks. We’ve already shown you how to cut, restream, subtitle your videos, even make a replay with a ZOOM live or a webinar. Today we will show you how to easily generate subtitles in SRT format.
Why add subtitles to videos?
As you may have seen, there are many videos on social networks such as Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. This format is very popular because it allows Internet users to directly access the information they are looking for, without having to spend time reading an article. Moreover, a video is more fun than a text because the movements stimulate the brain, which helps better remember the information.
But did you know that the great majority of videos are watched without any sound? In fact, it is estimated that 85% of Facebook videos are watched in silent mode. This can be explained by the fact that a large number of videos are viewed in public places, on public transport, in waiting rooms, in the street, etc. In order not to disturb the people nearby, the sound is often turned off.
It is therefore essential to add subtitles to videos to increase their comprehension. Furthermore, it is also important to take into account people with impaired hearing, for whom subtitles are a very valuable help in understanding the video.
Yuzzit Pro is THE solution for creating your subtitles in SRT format
But first of all, what does SRT stand for? It means SubRip Text and is the format for subtitles added to videos.
You now agree about the importance of subtitling videos in SRT format and you may be wondering how to do it? Subtitling is a tedious, time-consuming and complicated operation that requires you to master often complex software that can be daunting at first glance. In addition, you have to transcribe your entire text by hand, which compells you to add a lot more time to the process.
Don’t worry, it’s much simpler with our video editing solution on Yuzzit Pro. With this tool, it’s easy to automatically subtitle your videos with the “speech to text” option.
Once you’ve done this first step, all you have to do is add the subtitles to your video. And because good news always comes in pairs, you also have the option to change many parameters such as colour and font size, for example. When you are completely satisfied with the result, simply export your .srt file (or word file) and that’s it!
If you would like a free demo to see how this tool can help you generate your subtitles in SRT format, please contact us.