We’re making videos and need them to be captioned, but we don’t have a ton of time. There are simple, easy ways to caption your videos and there are complex, more involved ways. Let’s try a simple way that we can do in a few easy steps using Camtasia and Knowmia.
1. Make Your Video
Create your video in Camtasia.
Tip 1: When speaking, slow your rate of speech.
Tip 2: When possible, use a USB based microphone. However, if you do not have one, use what is available to you.
Tip 3: Smile. When you smile while recording, it brightens your voice and that carries through to the recording.
2. Export to Knowmia
Export your video from Camtasia to Knowmia.
3. Add Captions with Knowmia
From the video watch page, select the Accessibility tab.
Then select Add Caption Track. To automatically caption the video, select the Speech-to-Text option. For more control, select Custom, to add caption manually.
4. Publish the Captions
Once the transcription of the video is complete, choose between the options to Publish, Edit, or Delete the captions.
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We want to know what questions you have about creating content for your online courses, so that we can make content that speaks directly to your concerns. There are no guarantees that we will make a video for every question, but we will be doing our best to create meaningful content for our Education customers.
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