Cloudy captions

Online captions make videos accessible to people with hearing or language disabilities, and make content indexing and searching possible for everyone.  There are more than a few online captioning tools.  But SpeakerText is a bit different.  It uses speech recognition and human transcribers to provide text at $2 a minute plus your volume-based monthly fee, with a turnaround of 48 hours.  It stores the synchronized transcript in the cloud, and loads a player when people visit the video on your site, with additional features like search and quote.  A good price for an innovative service that may help captions go even more mainstream.

SpeakerText Builds the Missing Text Layer for Online Video [Invites]

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