Despite the advent of new technologies such as audiobooks and speech recognition software, professional businesses and individuals alike are finding that Braille translation is just as relevant as it ever was.
One feature of YouTube that seems to have caught on is automated subtitles. At first glance, the feature is convenient, cost-effective (usually free), and fast. But before you go running to hit the “upload” button, there are a few things you should keep in mind.
Whether a video is designed to sell a product, announce a service interruption or simply provide information, subtitles can help achieve that goal -- especially in settings where the audio is too low or is drowned out by ambient noise.