In recent years, video content has become increasingly popular on social media platforms, leading to a growing demand for tools that can make videos more accessible to a wider audience.
One of the most effective ways to do this is by adding subtitles to videos, which not only helps viewers who are deaf or hard of hearing, but also those who prefer to watch videos with the sound turned off.
While manually adding subtitles to videos can be time-consuming and labor-intensive, an app called VidCap promises to automate the process and make it more efficient.
Now, let’s delve into the features and benefits of Vidcap, and how it can assist video creators in expanding their audience and enhancing the viewing experience for their viewers.
How to download VidCap
Vidcap can be downloaded on the Mac App Store. The app is also available on iOS devices.
Benefits of VidCap
By providing an automatic and accurate transcription of the audio in a video, VidCap can save content creators hours of time and effort that would otherwise be spent on creating subtitles manually. Additionally, the app’s advanced machine learning algorithms ensure that the subtitles are accurately synced with the video, making for a seamless and professional-looking end result.
With more and more businesses and individuals using video as a means of communication and marketing, the ability to quickly and easily add subtitles to videos can give content creators a significant edge in terms of accessibility and engagement.
Prices are in Canadian dollars.
- $6.49 for one month.
- $49.99 for 12 months.
- $139.99 to own the app.
- Subtitle effects
- Intuitive UI
- Subtitle translation
- Multiple language support
- Pro fonts
- Full HD exports
- Automatic subtitle generation
- It’s mostly a paid app, giving you only 45 seconds of transcription on the free version. There is a 3-day trial.
- YouTube already has speech recognition technology that does the exact same thing. However, it’s worth mentioning that this app can work very well with YouTube Shorts and YouTube themselves encourages people to add professional captions first.
How to use VidCap
- Once you open the app, pick a video of your choice.
- Select the subtitle language.
- There’s also an option to translate subtitles when the video and subtitle languages are different. Furthermore, you can import your own subtitles if you wish.
- Click generate and the app will automatically add subtitles to the video.
- Click export!
The app is developed by Rony Fadel, you can check his other apps on this link.