YouTube allows user to translate their video titles and description manually from the Creator Studio

By TechNadu Staff / April 1, 2017

Youtube recently released one extraordinary feature (i.e.) video stars by translating video titles and description into other knowing languages which will be helpful for bilingual viewers. This feature will surely an impressed one from the audience side. Totally 76 languages are there and you can choose the one which suits you better.

Youtube says that "This [update] means you’re only a few clicks away from having viewers translate your videos so more people around the world easily discover, understand, and ultimately fall in love with your content".

In Youtube, the setting 'menu' on their channel can do this function, it will helpful for people to understand what is going on and all kind of stuff and for easy communication between you and the videos.

Boot camp is arranged on Youtube from April 6 to April 24, where content creators can learn how to use the translation tools. Back in 2015, they opened the site 'subtitle' to crowd translation. But it takes this long to do the same for titles.

According to the Youtube, over 900,000 users have already contributed to subtitle translation. But this feature is simple and doesn't take a long time for translation.

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