What is the best way to add captions to video? I believe there is something called CaptionTube by Google - is this simply a reiteration or I can I edit the captions?
I don't wish to have the entire transcript in closed caption - just a few key terms to guide.
Would Windows Video Maker be better?
Thoughts, suggestions, experience?
by Will Apse 2 years ago
Picture captions, alt tags and image attribution are a mess on HP.Why not introduce a new capsule solely for captions and attribution, entirely separate from the picture and its alt tag?When a hubber uploads a picture, tell them to add an alt tag. It should be the simplest description of the...
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
After reading the forums about using wide capsules and carefully captioning each one, I went back yesterday to the first four or five hubs I published and upgraded them. I widened the first photo, where possible, and wrote a more pertinent caption, and did the same with all the...
by Carolyn Augustine 8 years ago
I've always thought that it would be helpful to be able to place links to Photo publishers in the caption section of each image.
by MM Del Rosario 9 years ago
This must be a silly question, but I just want to know if captions on photos are considred content / are they being read by the bot/ Say I wrote a 200 word artice and put about 5-7 photos with captions - are the captions being crawled by google ? thanks MM
by Sally Gulbrandsen 22 months ago
Could you tell me definitively if I should add a Caption to the images in my Tutorials?Staff gave the reply:-You don't have to but it helps your images be found in Google Image Search which can drive a lot of traffic, especially on craft articles where people want to see images.
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
After I create an image caption, special characters are removed.For example, an image caption containing the words: Hősök tereBecome: Hsk tereHowever, the term Hősök tere remains as is elsewhere in my hub.
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