Closed Captioning

Closed Captioning

If you are interested in adding Closed Captioning files to any of your videos, this can be accomplished a few different ways within the MyVRSpot system. The first option is to upload your own closed caption file, referred to as a .vtt file. This could be a file you had previously created or that was […]

Closed Captioning in Four Simple Steps

Follow these four simple steps to adding Closed Captioning to your videos. Step 1: Log into your account Step 2: Upload a video Upload a video using the “Upload” tab. Please allow the video to fully upload before moving away from the page. You can also record a video directly from your device using the “Record” tab. Step […]

How to Edit your Closed Caption files

In our “Closed Captioning in Four Simple Steps” article, we touched on how to upload your file, request your caption and edit your caption file. In this article, we’re going to go into more detail about how to edit your caption file.  This is the easiest way to increase the accuracy of the created caption, […]

How to Translate Your Closed Captions to Multiple Languages

You may want to translate your Closed Caption files to different languages so that multiple languages are available on your district’s public videos. Follow the steps below to translate your captions into multiple languages. Before you begin, please let a  MyVRSpot staff member know which foreign languages you need. After you have followed these steps to adding […]

How to Automatically Add Closed Captioning to Live Stream Recordings

Users with administrative roles can toggle on and off the functionality to automatically add closed captioning to your live stream recordings. Follow these steps to automatically add closed captioning to your live stream recordings: Click the Streaming dropdown and select My Streaming Channels and click the edit icon (pencil) to the right of the streaming channel. Scroll down […]

Managing Your Caption Files/Hours

If you are using either our Auto-Transcribing Service or our Human Transcribing Service, we have provided you tools to be able to view all transcribed videos in your district, the amount of time used in transcribing those files, and the amount of time remaining from the block of transcribing time purchased. Follow these simple steps […]

Closed Captioning Sample Disclaimer

Below is a sample disclaimer statement for closed captioning. We would advise putting a disclaimer similar to this on your website. This website offers speech to text transcriptions and translations of the content through Google Translate. These transcriptions and translations are provided for the convenience of non-English speakers as well as other users that choose […]

Sharing Your Media With Closed Captioned Files

If you have a closed caption file associated with your video, whether you manually created the .vtt file or if it was created using our online editor, our auto-transcribing service, or our human transcribing service, the file will be available through all of MyVRSpot’s sharing tools, including: URL links, Embed Code, QR Code, MediaSpot projects, […]

How to Use Caption Replacements with Closed Captioning Solution

To use the Closed Captioning caption replacement feature, follow these simple steps: Click Admin on the top menu bar and then click Caption Replacements in the dropdown menu. From here, click the green “Creation Caption Replacement” button. Now, select English or the language that you’ll be replacing the caption with, type the incorrectly spelled word in the “Find” field, […]

Using Web Captioner with Live Streaming

Enable the Web Captioner Note: the Web Captioner is separate from your live broadcast and takes audio input directly from a microphone, so you must click “Stop Captioning” on the Web Captioner website to stop the captions from appearing on your streaming page. Otherwise, your viewers can continue to see the caption text even if your […]