The Art Of Making Wax Hands: English To Hindi Video Translation
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This video is from Madame Tussauds Sydney’s Youtube page and it is about making wax hands at Madame Tussauds Sydney, where they make moulds of people hands out of liquid wax, by following a few simple steps.
The process involves dipping people hands into cold water, and then dipping their hands in liquid wax. This is repeated about 5 times, to make a mould of the hands.
Please open your browser and go to videotranslator.ai, and then click on the
Loginbutton. On successfully log-In into the application,
select myTemplate, and create a new item
Upload the video, and trigger the transcribe action. Select the language preferred for the video. People in this video have Australian accent, so we select language as English (Australia).
Once transcription is complete, we quickly check it.
We could add an overlay here, as shown below. Once you are happy with the transcript, move forward to the next step, and trigger the translation action. This will translate the captions from English to Hindi.
After translation is complete, open translated item and check the translated caption, making edits as needed.
Once this is done, we move to final step selecting ‘Auto-Overlay’ for the captions. In this case we chose a highlight as can be seen below.
That’s all. Thank you for reading this process and check out the final Auto-Overlay video here.
In this post we converted a video from Madame Tussauds in Sydney from English into Hindi. This was done by first transcribing the video in English, and then translating the captions from English to Hindi.
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