need to know if there is any tool where the audio dialogues of any video or movie can be translated into other language?
Note re methods 2 and 3: it is actually easier to edit the YT automatic captions into usability with other tools than the YT-provided one. For instance with NoMoreCraptions or with DIYCaptions. Try both and decide which suits you better.
I hope this helps a bit,
thank u so much for ur inputs.
just to clarify, my query was not about subtitles but towards dialogues only. I mean if we can translate the spoken audio dialogues into audio dialogues of another language through the use of amara or any other software.
This query is with specific reference to audio described movies for blind people who cant see subtitles and they experience the movie on the basis of audio dialogues and audio description interspersed between two dialogues.
I hope I m clearer.
dr manish jain
You can upload the video or audio file and it will be translated to subtitle format in any language of your choice from this site.
Thank you for your question, Mohamed.
If you want to make paid translations for Amara's On Demand service, please apply from this Recruitment page: someone will contact you and give you info about pay.
If you mean translating subtitles for someone else, you will have to discuss a tariff directly with them.
Is it possible for you to translate my movie into English for me? I really want to watch a documentary from the History Channel but it is in Spanish and I do not speak Spanish. It does not give me the option to use close caption/subtitles as English. Please help. Here is the link:
Thank you for your request, Eldridge.
Actually, in the YouTube video, you can:
This sounds like a recipy for lousiness, but actually, the result is rather usable, if you bear in mind that errors from both automations get compounded.
However, considering the interest of the documentary, I have added it to Amara in https://amara.org/en/videos/21gO9OGGHQfh/info/, then I added the autogenerated YouTube captions. Finally I added the Amara page to the Captions Requested team. Hopefully some of the members will volunteer to fix the aumated captions, and later to translate them into English.
You could also use your social networks to incite people who know Brazilian Portuguese to do these things: Amara is really easy to use.
(1) In fact, the video is in Brazilian Portuguese, not in Spanish.