Automatically generate subtitles
Autogenerate subtitles in Spanish
Easily get Spanish subtitles using our Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) software. As of 2021, it was the fourth most widely spoken language on Earth – There were almost 600 million Spanish speakers worldwide, of which nearly 500 million were native speakers.Spanish is the official language of 20 countries. As the most popular Romance language, it has a long history, and there are numerous dialects, with Mexican variants accounting for more than 20 percent of the world’s Spanish speakers. The Amberscript ASR can detect many Spanish dialects and colloquialisms.
How to automatically generate Spanish subtitles:
1. Upload your video in Spanish Upload your video. Select the number of speakers and the audio language. Sit back and relax while AI generates the subtitles.
2. Edit your subtitle file You’ll receive your subtitle text. Easily make any changes in our cloud-based editor.
3. Export in multiple formats Whatever formats you need, we’ve got you covered. docx., .txt, .srt, .json, .vtt, or EBU.STL
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I burn the subtitles directly onto my video?
If you have exported the transcript as a SRT, EBU-STL or VTT file, you can easily burn them onto your video using video-editing software.
Do you add timestamps?
Yes, timestamps are included in the transcript. You can choose to export the transcript with or without timestamps.
Do you offer services in other languages?
Yes, we do. Our software supports 35 different languages and we can provide translated subtitles through the manual subtitling services using our network of experts in 11 different languages. Translated subtitles can be requested through the uploading process. If you would like to request a language that is not part of our list, please contact us.
How do I add subtitles to a YouTube video?
To add subtitles to your Youtube video, simply add the file you have created using Amberscript to your video in the Youtube Studio. Click on “subtitles”, then “add” and finally “upload file” and select the SRT file.
How do I generate captions?
You can generate captions automatically using Amberscript. Our software allows you to export transcription based on audio/video files as SRT, EBU-STL or VTT files, which can easily be inserted into a video-editor. Want to know more? Here is a step-by-step guide.
How do I order translated subtitles?
To order translated subtitles, you can upload your file like you would normally do. You can then select manual subtitling. Once you have selected this, an option will appear where you will be able to select the language the subtitles need to be translated to. If the language that you want is not one of the options you can contact us through our contact form.
What Is ASR?
Automatic speech recognition (ASR) is a technology that converts spoken words to text by using algorithms to identify common patterns in speech sounds. For instance, smart AI systems can detect and distinguish between vowel sounds, consonants, and common verb endings in languages like Spanish and others.
Why Is ASR Used for Subtitles?
ASR technology is used in various applications. For instance, it plays a key role in voice-activated controls, transcription services, mobile apps, and automatic subtitling of videos and audio clips.
Automatic speech recognition is a good solution for subtitling because it can pick up speech in noisy environments, identify individual speakers, and dramatically reduce the time you spend manually creating your subtitles. The Amberscript ASR uses learning models that are trained on a large corpus of speech data. As a result, it’s possible to produce subtitles that account for unique speech patterns – such as slang, casual language, and commonly used expressions.
What Are the Benefits of Subtitles?
Good subtitles can help a wider range of people access your content. For instance, most people know that subtitles make videos watchable for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Subtitles are also convenient for people who prefer to use transcripts and users who want to view content in noisy environments. By ensuring everyone can get the meaning behind your message, subtitles increase audience engagement to make watching and listening to your content more enjoyable.