Google + allows the introduction of subtitles in their videos
Google + now allows the introduction of Subtitles and close captioning to Videos within the social network in a separate tool which YouTube already offers the same function. Thus, we can tailor the content to different languages as people who have contacts, as well as adapt to the problems that have hearing problems.
To add text to our clips we must go to the video tab and then select a particular option. Thus, the “closed captions” we will add new CC and subtitles, either to add a subtitle file. Sub or. Srt. or just transcribe directly.
On the other hand, if consumers are just clips, it is sufficient to press the CC of the videos to activate the subtitles and therefore overlap in reproduction.
With this new option Google seems to point to enhance their multimedia tools, although it is curious that has not opted (at least yet) to a better integration with YouTube for this topic.
Recently, Google + began its integration with Orkut , a social network for some time been a favorite among Brazilians, even over Facebook . This union includes creating a “unified profile” so that both Social Networks to share your publications.
Link: Subtitles and captions can now be added to videos on Google + (The Next Web)Tags: CC, Close Caption, G +, Google, Orkut, Social Networks, socialr network, Subtitles, video, Videos