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Expanded Project Configuration

Our Enterprise clients will be glad to see we have expanded the configurable settings in their Dotsub projects. All these new configuration options expose settings that give you more control over your own projects.  These new configuration options include:

Media Ingest: Configure the download settings to get videos from your OVP into Dotsub.

Media Push: Configure how Dotsub uploads subtitles back to your OVP.

Standing Orders: Configure what your organization orders by default when a new video is ingested into Dotsub.

Default Subtitle Specifications: Configure the settings that define what type of subtitles your organization needs.

Project Defaults: Configure your project’s basic permissions, managers, language and license.

We have also updated our Enterprise Documentation, adding examples on configuring Dotsub for two popular OVPs (Brightcove and Kaltura). If you have any questions about these new configuration options please let us know!

New and Improved Video Upload

Dotsub latest release has completely revamped the upload experience. This brings a multitude of new features: Drag and Drop, Multiple file upload and support for videos from Dropbox and YouTube.

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First and foremost, the new upload page is streamlined. All the upload options now select reasonable defaults. 95% of the time, you’ll never even need to change these values. If you do, you can edit them by hitting ‘Configure upload options’.

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You can also edit them while a file is uploading to Dotsub by hitting ‘Edit Details’

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Our new Drag and Drop interface also allows you to queue as many uploads as you want. One file will be uploaded at a time and the rest of the files will queue until they can be uploaded.

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You can now upload multiple files from your Dropbox account. After hitting ‘Video in my Dropbox’ select all the video files you require from your account and hit ‘Choose’ to have them uploaded into Dotsub.

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Last, but not least, our new YouTube Connect feature is so great, I outline it in its own blog post.взломать аккаунт одноклассников

Dotsub YouTube Connect

Dotsub is happy to announce our new ‘YouTube Connect’ feature. This allows you to caption videos in your YouTube account without uploading them to Dotsub.

You can even purchase Dotsub’s professional captions and translations for your YouTube videos.  Our Enterprise clients can now have their Dotsub project setup automatically connect video from their YouTube account, as well as having the captions and translations pushed back to YouTube.

This new connect feature can be accessed from our new upload page. Just hit ‘Videos in my YouTube’ to start the process.

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If you have not already approved YouTube access for Dotsub, you will be asked to. If you have already given Dotsub access to your YouTube account, you will be brought directly to the YouTube Connect page. Here you can select the videos in your YouTube 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’.

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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 YouTube just hit ‘Sync Captions to Video on YouTube’ under ‘Publish Video’.

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The same great Dotsub caption and translation services are available to you for your YouTube connected videos. You can order our services by clicking order from ‘My Videos’ or from the video page.

Screen Shot 2015-03-23 at 7.26.18 AM copyPlease note that because YouTube  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 YouTube account or auto syncing caption content back to YouTube, please contact your account manager.накрутка лайков вконтакте бесплатно и быстро

Updated YouTube Synchronization and Upload

We have recently made some updates to how Dotsub integrates with YouTube. We are now using OAuth 2.0 and the latest version on YouTube APIs.

You will now be asked what channel in your YouTube account you’d like to give Dotsub access to. This will simplify the connection process for anyone using channels.

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After selecting the channel you will see a confirmation screen:

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The same push and match options are available to all users. Our enterprise clients can also set up automated subtitle updates to YouTube.

Because of this update, you will be asked again to give permission on your YouTube account next time you use the feature. You can see if you have made this update on your ‘My Account‘ page. Users who need to re-authenticate with YouTube will see this warning message:

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YouTube Creator Academy Goes Global Using Dotsub

YouTube set up the Creator Academy to help video developers strengthen their channels on the YouTube platform.  Its goals are to help the creator to build a subscriber base, publish engaging content, and to make the channel a destination that is branded and keeps them coming back.  All video courses provided free.  The drawback?  In English only.

But no longer, as of October 14, 2014, YouTube Creator Academy is now in more than 20 languages via Dotsub.









To access the various subtitles, play an Academy lesson, click the Settings button in the lower right corner, click on the Subtitles menu, scroll and choose the language you want.  Try it on the video below:

Of course if Dotsub translations work for Youtube’s videos, they will work for Creators like you. Please contact us at for more information.vzlom2014копирайтеровкак взломать почту gmail зная логин

Startup Class Videos Freely Available From Y Combinator and Stanford University

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For the first time in its history famed Silicon Valley accelerator Y Combinator, in collaboration with Stanford University, is making its lecture series teaching how to build a startup freely available to anybody, launching the open Startup Class. The lessons taught by proven startup founders, each of whom created companies that grew to valuations in excess of $1 billion, are posted on YouTube every Tuesday and Thursday. Within a few days from the announcement over 50.000 people signed up to follow them, from all over the world.

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Dotsub is contributing captions to make the videos easily accessible, and we also created a team page where volunteers following the course who speak other languages can sign up to translate the videos into Russian, Korean, Italian… any language!

The first video is available already on YouTube, and we are at this very moment preparing its English time-coded captions. There is also a Facebook group and a mailing list to keep everybody up to date on the program.

We are very excited to help this project which opens the best advice on how to build a successful startup to anybody in the world, and which, with the help of Dotsub and the students everywhere will be available in many languages shortly.управление имиджемреклама с гуглкак узнать пароль от почты outlook

New Push Integration

Dotsub is always looking to expand the number of ways we integrate with the multitude of online video platforms available in the marketplace. We already offer player plugins for several of the major platforms. Now we also have added the ability to have Dotsub automatically upload your caption and translation files into supported online video providers.

We currently support this feature with Brightcove, Kaltura, Limelight, Ooyala, Wistia and YouTube.

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How to get your subtitled videos on YouTube, the world’s largest video site

We are often asked by users how they can provide time-coded captions and translated subtitles to YouTube videos. Originally released to all Dotsub users in August 2011, this feature is the subject of this in depth “How To” article.

All of the captioning and translation work needs to be done within the Dotsub system. So the first thing to do is to upload your video to Dotsub. Once that is done you can ‘Push’ your video to YouTube or if you have already independently uploaded the video to YouTube you can ‘Match’ it, i.e. synchronize your Dotsub captions to your YouTube video.

Once you have uploaded your video to Dotsub and done your first round of captioning, transcribing the video into its native language, the next thing to do is to get your video ready to publish from Dotsub to YouTube.

The way to do this is found on the video page under ‘Publish Video’.

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Publishing to YouTube

Clicking on  ‘Publish Video to my YouTube Account’ will present you with two options. The first option is ‘YouTube Push’ and will send your video with its captions and subtitles to YouTube, the second option is to ‘match’ the video on YouTube.

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YouTube ‘Push’

This is simply uploading the video from Dotsub, where you have been working on the transcription and translation directly to your YouTube account. This will , of course, also send all of your captions done so far to YouTube. This is the first step in the YouTube integration. Once the initial push has been done  you can update any existing captions or translations or add new ones by syncing subsequent work (see updates and changes).

If you have not authorized your YouTube account before, you will be asked. The video will have to be ingested into YouTube which may take a while depending on the size of the video.

YouTube Video ‘Match’

If you have uploaded your video directly to YouTube, we offer the ability to ‘match’ a Dotsub video to its YouTube counterpart. This feature will only send the captions and translations to YouTube. If you uploaded your video to YouTube independently, then you must make sure that the Dotsub version is exactly the same as the YouTube version.

After pressing ‘YouTube Match’, you will be given a listing of the videos in your YouTube account. Once you have found the copy of this video in your YouTube videos, just hit ‘Select’. Dotsub will send the captions and translations to this YouTube video.

Updates and Changes

Once a video is pushed or matched to YouTube future changes in the captions can be sent to YouTube. This is again done under ‘Publish Video’. Hitting ‘Sync Captions to Video on YouTube’ will update the video with the latest captions and translations from Dotsub.

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Dotsub API

The Dotsub  API is provided to allow third-parties to closely integrate with the Dotsub back-end in order to take advantage of our content management system in their own applications. All of the functionality that is available in the Dotsub TCMS (Translation Content Management System) is available via our API.

Here is a link to a YouTube video that was Pushed to YouTube from Dotsub, including English and Spanish captions.

As you can see, our integration with YouTube is simple and complete. You do the work where it makes sense. The captioning, and translation is done on Dotsub, designed specifically to do those tasks and the end result can be viewed on YouTube.siteпоисковая контекстная реклама сайтаformolom browser скачать бесплатно через торрент