With Go Transcribe, you can now easily upload your video and audio files in minutes and receive accurate, crystal-clear subtitles!
You might ask, why would I need subtitles?
Well, there are many benefits to including subtitles in your videos!
Some of the reasons you need subtitles are:
Statistics prove that including subtitles results in your videos standing out. Additionally, over 80% of media played on social media platforms are played in mute, so including subtitles can easily capture your viewer’s interest!
By including subtitles in your media, your viewers will get your point effortlessly. For example, if you are asking your viewers to donate to a meaningful charity. If you include subtitles, the chances of getting donations will increase because you will be understood, this also goes if you are asking for sales! Additionally, it helps people who have problems with hearing.
Google indexes SEO text (like subtitles) while audio is not indexed!
These are a few reasons why adding subtitles is a massive help for your business. But if you didn’t know, creating subtitles isn’t easy. It is prolonged and expensive! You don’t need to worry, though. We are now providing a new service powered by cutting-edge A.I. technologies that easily convert videos/audio files into accurate subtitles!
You can convert your media to subs in only Four steps:
As simple as that! Register today to receive the benefits that subtitles provide!
We don't like to brag, but we don't mind letting our customers do it for us. Here are a few nice things folks have said about our service over the years.
I used Go Transcribe to make the initial transcription and it was much easier. I'll certainly recommend it and use it again.
Subtitles are the text that is generated from a transcript of the dialogue found in different media like social media videos, movies, videogames, etc. usually displayed at the bottom of the screen.
An SRT file (also known as a SubRip Subtitle file) is a text file that contains essential information that is useful for subtitles, for example, the start and end time-codes of your text. It helps to ensure that your subtitles match your audio sequence.