That seems to be the million dollar question! By a stroke of luck, I managed to come across this website www.overstream.net that allows you to add subtitles to any online video that has been uploaded to YouTube, Google Video, MySpace Video, Dailymotion and Veoh by using the Overstream editor. And did I forget to mention that it is 100% free?
You start out by registering for a free account with them. Then you can check out the FAQ section and look at the easy to follow flash tutorials on how to add subtitles to the videos. Once I familiarized myself with the controls of the Overstream editor, it was such a breeze to do. You have the option of keeping your video public or private. I kept my video private until I was finished with adding the captions. I was able to save the video as I progressed with the captioning, which was an AWESOME feature for online website. Kudos! .When it was all finished, I clicked on the Create button that created the link and html code so that I could embed the video on a website and went live. This is very user-friendly website once you get the hang of it. I strongly recommend this website to anyone who wants to add captions, subtitles, or simple comments to dazzle up their video. I wanted to reach a wider variety of people and that
I wanted to reach a wider variety of people and thatwould have never been possible without Overstream.
I was contacted this weekend by the administrator (really nice guy!) of Overstream who featured my captioned video on the front page of www.overstream.net
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