Still under Covid restrictions so please excuse the unwieldy lockdown hair! This is just a rough video about how to subtitle your video lecutres relatively quickly using an SRT file generated from YouTube and embedding it using Handbrake (free) or Adobe Premiere Pro. This is not meant to be a comprehensive tutorial on subtitling videos but is merely meant to show you one quick way to make sure that audio is accessible. These are just my views and preferences. Some people may prefer transcripts over subtitles, but these are what I think work best based on my experience as a deaf person and my experience as a lecturer.
01:17- 03:40 Why are Subtitles Important?
03:40 – 04:48 Different Types of Subtitles
04:49 – 05:53 Why transcripts over subtitles?
05:44 – 06:35 Open or Closed Subtitles?
06:36 – 07:28 Don’t Trust Auto-Generated subtitles!
07:30 – 10:12 Using YouTube to edit auto-generated subtitles and get an accurate SRT File
10:13 – 11:34 Using an SRT in a media player for optional subtitles
11:35 – 13:25 Part Two: Burning Subtitles in using Handbrake (Free)
13:26 – 16:55 Part Three: Burning Subtitles in using Adobe Premiere Pro
17:01 – 17:42: Quick Summary of the Steps
Handbrake is available at https://handbrake.fr/
This is my first video tutorial so if you have any comments about how it can be improved, please just let me know. If something needs to be explained please just ask down below.