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Death Cure Maze Runner Book 3 James Dashner Full Unabridged

A bedtime story for children about friendship

Add subtitles and closed captions

Subtitles and closed captions open up your content to a larger audience, including deaf or hard of hearing viewers or those who speak other languages. Learn more about the benefits of captions in this YouTube video

How to add new subtitles or closed captions

  1. Visit your Video Manager and click the drop-down menu next to the “Edit” button for the video you’d like to add captions to
  2. Select Subtitles and CC
  3. Select the original language of the video from the drop-down menu (160 languages)
  4. Click the Add subtitles or CC button
  5. Choose the language of the subtitles or CC you would like to create
  6. If you have already started working on that language, you will be brought directly to your draft
  7. Otherwise, choose one of the following options: “Create new subtitles or CC”, “Transribe and set timings”, or “Upload a file”. Details below.
If you change the setting for the original language of your video, your published and draft subtitles and closed captions will not be affected. However, all future translated subtitles will use the new language as the source for translations.