Click on 'Upload' and Select your video file. You can also record your video by clicking on 'Record'. You can record your screen with or without your webcam or record only your webcam.
Once your video is uploaded or recorded, click on the subtitles button. It will ask you to choose the language of your video, then your video is transcribed automatically.
You can edit your video's transcription and translate it in more than 30 languages. You also have the option download your transcription as an srt file if desired.
You can convert a video to text by creating subtitles and translating them.
Modifying the automatically-generated transcription is incredibly easy. Just follow these instructions:
Access the 'Subtitles' option in the sidebar menu.
Once you've added subtitles, you'll find a series of text boxes containing your subtitles. Each text box contains editable text that will update in real-time during video playback.
Each text box displays a start and end time, allowing you to precisely control when each subtitle appears and how long it stays on the screen.
To adjust subtitle timings, simply drag the ends of the subtitle blocks on the timeline.
To get started, simply sign up for a Weet account if you haven't already. Once registered, you can start converting video to text and enhance the accessibility and engagement of your video messages.
With just one click, you have the ability to transcribe your videos and translate them into more than 100 diverse languages. After adding your subtitles (as mentioned earlier), navigate to the 'Subtitles' section and select 'Translate'. Simply choose the desired target language, and voila! Your subtitles will be automatically and seamlessly translated, like magic.
You can automatically translate in seconds to 30 languages. From English to Mandarin, From Portuguese to Japanese, From French Canadian to Arabic and so on… The possibilities are endless!
Syncing a video transcription with the audio is a breeze.
Here's a simple guide:
Go to the tools menu and click on 'Subtitles'.
Once you've added subtitles, you'll see text boxes containing your subtitles. Each box is editable and updates in real-time while the video plays. You can fine-tune the timing by setting start and end times for each subtitle.
Alternatively, move the playhead to a specific moment in the video and use the stopwatch icon to start or stop the subtitle precisely. To make timing adjustments, effortlessly drag the ends of the subtitle blocks on the timeline.
If you are looking for a tool that can help you extract text from your videos for your training videos, I highly recommend Weet. It is a very flexible and powerful tool that can help you convert your videos to text with ease and accuracy. You can also edit, download, or share your text files, which can make them more useful and convenient for your needs. You can also translate your text files to different languages, which can help you expand your reach and impact.
You can do a lot more than just convert a video to text with Weet. Weet is a video platform that lets you create and edit interactive videos in minutes. You can record your screen, webcam, or both, and edit your video with features like trimming, noise cancellation, interactive annotations, and more! Weet makes video creation easy and fun.