Creating content on YouTube offers a huge opportunity to connect with a global audience. Yet, language barriers can sometimes restrict the reach of your videos. If you want to make your content accessible to diverse viewers, Streamlabs Podcast Editor is a tool to consider. This web-based software empowers you to bridge language gaps, opening up your videos to viewers across the globe.
By translating your YouTube videos, you not only increase accessibility but also significantly expand your potential viewership. This can lead to higher engagement, more subscribers, and overall reach for your YouTube channel. Keep reading to learn how to translate your videos into over 30 languages.
P.S. Dig into your YouTube analytics to check your viewer demographics. This can help you choose languages to best match your audience's needs.
How to Translate YouTube Videos Using Streamlabs Podcast Editor
- Start by choosing the content that you wish to translate. You can either insert a YouTube link (of a public, non-restricted video) or upload a video file from your device. Once you've added your content, press the arrow to upload.
- Next, you'll see the main editing window displaying the visual text editor. Before translating the language, double-check the subtitles for errors and correct the transcript (as you would a text document) as needed. Check out our Podcast Editor guide for more editing tips.
- Next, select Transcript from the left navigation menu. Once the Transcript settings are open, select the language you wish to translate to and the voice translation type. Click the Translate button to save your settings and begin the translation process.
- Once your translation is complete, press the Play Button to hear your translated video.
- To download your translated video, select Export and choose how to export (Video, Audio, Subtitles, or text).
- That's it! Your video is translated, and you can upload it to your platform(s) of choice.
Translating your YouTube videos can expand your viewership and help you connect with diverse communities by breaking language barriers.