YouTube Translate: So Your Babushka Can Get What Your Video Blog is About


It was this past Thursday, in our review of another review service, when I figured that Google should seriously consider generating automated translations for YouTube clips to build on its relatively young captions capability. Well, today it began to do just that.

Before you become giddy for this fresh new option, it must be said that this is Google’s Translate service being worked into the picture. Which means the world flow is more or less abysmal to anyone with a reasonably firm grasp on one language or another. The good news, though, is it can only get better as development progresses.

The way the Translate feature works is for you, the video uploader, to create a caption from which the translation engine can feed from. …And that’s pretty much the extent of it! It’s all automated and on-demand from there onward.

Naturally, it depends on the source language and the translation being requested that determines the quality of the switch.

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