In 2022, Twitch was more than 2.5 million online visitors daily on the platform.
With flagship events such as the Eleven All Stars from Aminematue last November or the Zevent from Zerator that have gathered millions of viewers online.
And today, if you're a community manager, content creator, social media manager or content manager, you know that it's becoming essential to make your live broadcasts into clips to be broadcast on all platforms.
And since you have followed all our advice on our blogYou also know that it is essential to embed subtitles on these Twitch clips.
How to do it? This is what we will see in this article.
Twitch is an online streaming platform where users can stream live game videos, music, TV shows and other content. Users can also watch other users' live broadcasts and chat with them using real-time comments. Comments are posted live during the broadcast, allowing users to chat with each other and the live broadcaster.
There are several ways to download a video from TwitchHere are some options:
Use a third-party video uploader, such as Twitch Leecher or 4k Video Downloader.
These programs allow you to copy the URL of the Twitch video you want to download and paste it into the program to start the download.
Use an online Twitch video download service, such as TwitchDownload.net.
Use a browser with download extensions to download the videos. There are extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Edge...
As on Youtube for example, it is possible to add subtitles directly on Twitch.
Here are some options:
Use a browser extension such as "Closed Captions for Twitch" to add subtitles to the video. This extension uses speech recognition to generate subtitles in real time.
If you're broadcasting on Twitch yourself, you can use tools built into the streaming software to add subtitles to your live broadcast. For example, OBS Studio has a live subtitle plugin called "StreamLabs OBS" that allows you to create and add subtitles to your live broadcast.
It is important to note that in order for subtitles to be displayed properly, users must have subtitles enabled on their browser or Twitch app.
It should also be noted that the accuracy of live subtitles is not always reliable. The context of the live broadcast is not always conducive to a subtitling quality. Our advice is to add subtitles on clips, to have control over the final rendering.
And this is where Capté !
Download the Twitch clip that you want to subtitle on your computer or mobile.
Log in to your account Capté or create one if you don't have one yet. It's free!
In the Captured interface, select the "Add Files" button to import the Twitch clip to which you want to add subtitles.
Let the artificial intelligence take care of the transcription automatically to generate the subtitles for your clip. You can then use the subtitle editor tool to style the entire subtitle.
Once the subtitles have been added and adjusted, all you have to do is upload the video. The subtitles will be directly integrated into it.
Bonus You can also download the subtitle file separately in .srt or .vtt to add them directly to your video in Youtube or LinkedIn for example.
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