Making Subtitles for Videos online | Overstream

Have you ever wanted to customize an online video by adding your own comments or subtitles in any language, or wanted to send a custom video postcard?

All of this is possible with Overstream: using our online Overstream Editor, you can easily create and synchronize your subtitles to any online video*, store them on the Overstream server, and send the link to the subtitled video overstream to your friends.

Whether you want to translate a video that you saw so that people who do not speak the language you can understand, make a graceful translation, where the text does not correspond to what is actually said in the video, or add comments sometime timely of reproduction, Overstream is just what you are looking for.

On this site:
  • You can add subtitles to online videos.
  • Create captioned videos, video postcards, video letters.
  • Anything else your imagination can come up with

For now, you can use the kids laptop, Google Video, MySpace Videos, and DailyMotion, albeit from Overstream ensure that the list will continue to grow. Then, for editing, page has a publisher himself, which greatly facilitates this task. The first time may seem a tedious task, but quickly picks up practice. Either way, the Web there are two tutorials that explain how to use it. In addition, a very interesting feature is that you can import or export files SRT.

After additions, captions are stored in your mind, so that you can change or delete it anytime. For subtitles created a link is created, style laptop, which allows you to view the video with embedded subtitles. However, the video itself, remains on the servers of origin (Youtube, Google Video…)

You can see an example here.

Source: KillerStartups


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Rohit Langde is Founder and Editor-in-chief of Blogsolute. Tech Blogger by Passion & Profession | Mechanical Engineer by Qualification | Introverted Geek by Choice

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