The world is now a global village, thanks to the wonders of Internet connectivity. Well, if you happen to be tech savvy and love sharing all about your company and even your personal life over YouTube videos, perhaps you have also dabbled with YouTube video captions, too. What happens when you want to get the message across to a wider group of people? This is where translation of those YouTube video captions come in handy, where you are now able to hook up directly with translation vendors, paying them a quoted amount so that your captions end up translated quickly and in a professional manner.
So far, a couple of companies, Gengo and Translated.net, have made available their translation services, and have managed to streamline the ordering process along the way. All you need to do is click “Start order” next to the vendor whom you fancy, and an order chit will be created before you are directed to the vendor’s website for payment. You will hold the key to approving the finished translation, and if you have agreed to it, the translated caption will then be available for all and sundry to read.
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