Dotsub is happy to announce our new ‘Vimeo Connect’ feature. This allows you to caption videos in your Vimeo account without uploading them to Dotsub.
You can even purchase Dotsub’s professional captions and translations for your Vimeo videos. Our Enterprise clients can now have their Dotsub project setup automatically connect video from their Vimeo account, as well as having the captions and translations pushed back to Vimeo.
This new connect feature can be accessed from our new upload page. Just hit ‘Videos in my Vimeo’ to start the process.
If you have not already approved Vimeo access for Dotsub, you will be asked to. If you have already given Dotsub access to your Vimeo account, you will be brought directly to the Vimeo Connect page. Here you can select the videos in your Vimeo account by clicking the checkbox on the left. Once you have selected all the videos you wish to connect to Dotsub, select your desired license, permissions and video language at the bottom of the page and hit ‘Connect’.
In a few seconds, you’ll see your video is in your Dotsub account ready to be captioned and translated. The caption and translation process works exactly the same as a video uploaded to Dotsub. To upload the captions back to Vimeo just hit ‘Sync Captions to Video on Viemo’ under ‘Publish Video’.
The same great Dotsub caption and translation services are available to you for your Vimeo connected videos. You can order our services by clicking order from ‘My Videos’ or from the video page.
Please note that because Vimeo connected videos are not stored on the Dotsub platform, we cannot create MP4 burn-ins. If a burn-in is required, the video must be uploaded to Dotsub. Also, clients who have established workflows, can continue doing it using the prior methodology.
For more details on automatically connecting videos in a Vimeo account or auto syncing caption content back to Vimeo, please contact your account manager.
As I’m sure you noticed, we have updated our video player! Dotsub users will now see improved mobile device support, better rendering of non-latin languages, smoother video seeking and variable speed video playback in our captioning user interface.
The new Dotsub video player is powered by video.js. If you’re wondering what exactly video.js is, I think they say it best on their website:
If you ever had trouble captioning a fast-paced video, I suggest trying to caption it at 75% playback speed. You’ll be surprised at the increase in timing and captioning accuracy you’ll see. I guess the old saying holds true, sometimes you have to slow down to go fast. You can enable different playback speeds in the caption user interface. Captioners and translators will also notice smoother seeking on very long videos.
Rendering for all languages has also been improved with this new player release. Languages such as: Malayalam, Khmer, Arabic, Farsi and Burmese should now be rendered properly as long as you have system fonts for them.
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