Updated August 15th, 2018
Please note that the removal of a video page or a subtitle set does not remove from your profile the entries about your having created/edited them.
If you are the sole author of a subtitle set and if no other subtitles
have been translated from it, you can request its removal
When submitting the request, please
If you have added a video to Amara by mistake and if its removal would not affect any subtitling work done by others, you can create a ticket via firstname.lastname@example.org to request its removal:
Copyright-motivated removal requests:
If you are the copyright owner of the video, please note that Amara.org does not host any videos, we simply list and embed them for subtitling purposes. Removing a video from Amara.org will not remove the video from wherever it is hosted. If you need the Amara video listing and subtitles removed for copyright reasons, please submit a request at
Yes the Luchini interviews are in Film & Tv. I wasn't sure which would be best, but that seemed to fit. Captions Requested might be a more active group, however. So that would be fine also. You may move them if you wish, to CR. Thank you.
Thank you for your request, Laura.
Actually, you can move all the subtitles back: the clock symbol above the subtitles opens a droplist that includes this possibility:
Would you try it, and if it does not work I'll delete the subtitles, but I hope it will!
Please Remove Video:
I submitted this invalid video link (and a subtitle file with it) by mistake.
Please Remove Video:
I submitted this invalid video link by mistake.
Thank you for your request, MKnight,
However I can only remove subtitles. For requesting the removal of videos, please create a ticket from https://support.amara.org/support/tickets/new. It will go to Amara tech staff who will be able to do the removal. In the ticket, please mention the URLs of both ages to be deleted. In the case of
https://amara.org/en/videos/qo27ahwfotL4/info/httpsb2kconan20080208mp4/ where you uploaded subtitles even if the video did not work, please specify that these subtitles are yours, because videos that have subtitles can only be removed it this does not deletes other people's work.
Please remove the English Subtitle for this video
Uploaded the wrong file. Thank you~
Thank you for your request, dahliakuo: I have deleted the English subtitles.
- Remove Video
- I did it by accident. I'll upload videos later
Thank you for your request, Gian LLerena,
Unfortunately, I can only remove subtitles. For requesting the removal of videos, please create a ticket from https://support.amara.org/support/tickets/new. It will go to Amara tech staff who will be able to do the removal.
Hello, I mistakenly titled my subtitle language as English, thinking that I will be able to rename it further, I did all subtitles. Then I realized that I can't rename it so I copied everything in Russian language. So now I need just to remove English language for my video. https://amara.org/ru/videos/btidEC0l2bjI/en/2471540/
By the way, how I can post this video with the subtitles?
Thank you for your request, Snigdha. Can you please confirm that your Amara username is Svetlana Fomina? I may only delete subtitles at their author's request, so it's a formality, but a needed one:
As to posting the video with the subtitles: its Amara page has a link to an embed code, which works on some but not all platforms. But if it does not work on your site, you can link to the Amara page. Another solution would be to contact the institution that published the video on YouTube, and suggest they add your Russian subtitles there: YouTube videos are easier to embed.
1.Remove subtitles spanish (they're not approved yet, but I can't erase them)
4. The author of the video wants to translate them or to edit mine but I prefere to erase them so she can do it, as I'm not sure if she's able to edit the subtitles
Thank you for your request, Susana Carolina. However, this video has been added to the TED team, and I can only delete subtitles that
So you should ask an admin of the TED team, or in a ticket - created via https://support.amara.org/support/tickets/new . The ticket will go to Amara's tech team who will be able to delete your subtitles and keep the task for the author of the video. Please mention that the Spanish subtitles are now marked as ready for revision. Though nobody has picked up the revision task, maybe you should use both ways, lest someone starts the revision.
Please also note the author of the video will need to be / become a member of the TED team in order to make the subtitles on Amara: could you let her know this, please?