Translate Your English Video Into Filipino And Chinese
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Business today relies on content creation. How do you expand your market? We show you how to add open captions for accessibility wins, and translate your video content into Tagalog and Chinese to expand your target client base!
Matija Squire is a LinkedIn coach, all round nice person plus a good friend. And she is doing something really cool!
We all know Covid-19 has distrupted all our lives. Some of us are lucky enough to be able to earn an income by working from home online.
This is Matija doing something that helps people who now need to make money from home!
In this blog post we talk about how to do this with your video content, and for fun we’ll translate this video into Filipino/Tagalog and Chinese!
If you like Matija’s work be sure to follow her on linkedIn! We are big fans!
Can You Translate Your Video In To Filipino And Chinese Languages?
The first thing is to check if you have Filipino and Chinese in your account. Go to the VideoTranslator App and then click on Finances in the dropdown.
Language Settings make sure you have the Filipino and Chinese.
We will be translating from English -> Filipino and English -> Chinese today. You can use the same process to go from Filipino video to Chinese video etc.
Do not use Tagalog, this is for special situations where you want your own translator. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Transcribe Video To English SubTitles Online
Ok - so what we are trying to do transcribe this English video. For this we use the VideoTranslator desktop app.
Simply it is a three step process which we will quickly cover.
First we click the
QuickTranscribe button and upload our video. Here we choose Australian English as that is how Matija speaks, but if it was a Filipino video or Mandarin video we would choose those languages.
Then we make edits to the captions. This is called Post-Editing. Because AI is generally not perfect, this process makes our captions better.
Also shown above was the Auto-Overlay where we bake-in the captions into the video.
Note you are looking at images of the Video Translator desktop app.
Now Lets Translate This English Video Into Filipino Or Tagalog
How do we translate the English video into Filipino? Or if it was the other way around, how would we translate a Filipino video into English?
It is basically the same process. We take out original language captions / subtitles, basically the real time editable
.srt file, and translate it into the target language, in this case Filipino or Tagalog.
Click Action -> Translate as shown above, and we get a familar output.
You should also do Post-Editing of the Filipino output, and below we have added our familiar Auto-Overlay.
Translate Your English Video Into Mandarin
We do the exact same thing from our English video into Mandarin.
Make sure you select the correct dialect as Simplified Chinese as shown below.
Which gives us the below video!
We really hope you found this blog post useful, and are able to increase your target audience using our technology.
We are very grateful for your support!