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Top apps to automatically add captions to videos in any language

If you are a content creator who regularly publishes videos on various social media platforms such as YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram, there are many benefits to adding captions to your videos. These benefits include increased audience engagement and views, as most people watch videos on mute. Therefore, captions that appear in videos will attract viewers. On the other hand, it will also help people with hearing impairments understand and follow the videos you publish.

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To add captions to your videos before publishing them on social media platforms, you can use one of the following applications:

1- Voicella Application:

Voicella is a video editing application that features speech recognition and uses algorithms to convert speech to text and audio to text. It can automatically generate captions for videos in most languages, as it supports over 90 languages.

After uploading the video to the application and automatically generating captions, you can make any necessary edits. You can click on individual lines of text to move words up or down, change the text design, font, color, and alignment.
The Voicella app is available to Android users in the Google Store for free with the ability to subscribe within the app.

2- Zeemo App:

You can upload a video clip you recorded on your phone to the Zeemo app and it will add captions for you. After that, you can easily edit the captions, reorder sentences, and fix any errors in the text. Additionally, this app offers over 30 font types to choose from, and you can change the font size and color.
Zeemo App:

The Zeemo app is available for iPhone users on the App Store and for Android users on the Google Play Store for free with the option to subscribe within the app.

3- AutoCap app:

After recording and uploading your video to AutoCap, the app automatically adds animated captions to your video using speech recognition technology to analyze the video's audio and convert it to text.
Once the automatic captions are added, you can edit any incorrect words or rearrange the order of words. You can also customize the appearance of the captions by changing the font type, size, color, and how it moves.
And if you need help using AutoCap, you'll find instructional videos within the app on how to use all the tools available.

AutoCap app is available for iPhone users on the App Store, and for Android users on the Google Play Store for free with the option of subscribing within the app.





4- MixCaptions app:

Download the video clip in the MixCaptions app and select the language spoken in the video, and the app will add captions to the video. With the free version, you can only get captions for up to 180 seconds of the downloaded video, and the MixCaptions watermark will be added to the video.
Alternatively, you can subscribe for $2.99 per week to automatically add captions to videos up to 10 minutes long without the MixCaptions watermark. You can also create a custom watermark if you wish. You can also edit any incorrect words and customize the font style, size, and color before saving and sharing the video on social media.

The MixCaptions app is available for iPhone users in the App Store and for Android users in the Google Play Store for free with the option to subscribe within the app.

5- Teleprompter & Video Captions app:

The Teleprompter & Video Captions app features a built-in AI tool called Magic Writer, which helps you write social media posts instead of spending hours trying to come up with the right words. When you open the AI Magic Writer tool, you'll find four options to choose from, including Pitch My Business or Personal Profile, Video Sales Letter, Script with Tips, and News to Share. By selecting one of these options, you can clarify the main idea of what you want to talk about. For example, you could choose Script with Tips and write a sentence about the video topic, such as "How to improve your social media presence." The text will automatically appear for you to read through the teleprompter feature while recording the video within the app.
Alternatively, you can upload any previously recorded videos and request the app to add captions. You can then customize the appearance of the captions by changing the font type, color, and editing any incorrect words.

The Teleprompter & Video Captions app is available for iPhone users on the App Store and for Android users on Google Play for free with the option to subscribe within the app.

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