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Zaminder X short emo how to make his son sex samples

Fri 29 Aug 2014, 12:50 PM



by Ben Langhinrichs
Every once in a while, I get a reminder about why it is worth spending the time to create your own Closed Captions for a video. My most recent, AutoCheck - Technique to verify LSX installation in database , is just a brief video showing a technique, so I didn't worry about it. But when I happened to check the Automatic captions created, I remembered why I should always take the time. See screenshot below. Ouch.
 
If you are making videos to put on Youtube, you might want to watch my demo on how to fix this, Caption This - Create your own Closed Captions for Youtube. Just a word to the wise.
 
Update: I have now added corrected subtitles. Took a little longer because I forgot that the new 3 second branding video would be counted in the times file, so had to add 3 seconds to all times and re-upload. Duh!
 


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