WHILST it has been possible for people to add subtitles to their video clips on YouTube, the service has now been made much easier for them to be properly synchronised.
As PaidContent reports video producers can now add subtitles to their clips in a variety of languages, including French.
For example, a clip from the BBC's Top Gear programme has been enabled with French subtitles, and a number of others, letting you watch Richard Hammond gassing on while the translation runs below.
I struggled to find too many videos with the subtitle captions, but you are looking out for clips with an 'up arrow' button in the bottom right hand corner of the video player.
Hover over it and a small, red CC button appears and you can make your pick of languages, as well as turn the captions on or off.
Considering Jeremy Clarkson has many a word to say about France, it will be fun to see the translated version running alongside his heavily laden sarcasm.
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